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Making a Filter for Your Emails
Making a Filter for Your Emails

Create a filter for your Script notifications and emails

Written by Hannah Hill
Updated over a week ago

Script does a great job of keeping everyone in the loop of what's been completed on a submission and what action is still required. This can however lead to a lot of emails in your school email inbox that can get lost and buried amongst other important emails that you receive.

Email filters can be a great way to help keep your inbox organized. If you get several approvals and forms sent to your email inbox on a daily basis, creating an email filter could send all of your Script-related messages to a specific folder for your review.

If you have a Gmail account:

  1. Login to your Gmail account.

  2. In the search box at the top, click the down arrow.

  3. Enter your search criteria. If you want to check that your search worked correctly, see what emails show up by clicking Search.

  4. At the bottom of the search window, click Create Filter.

  5. Choose what you’d like the filter to do.

  6. Click Create Filter.

If you have an Outlook 365 account:

  1. Click the Mail settings icon (gear icon) in the upper right hand corner of the page.

  2. Click Options from the menu.

  3. Select Inbox Rules in the left pane. It is located under Mail -> Automatic Processing.

  4. Click the "+" in the right pane to create a new filter rule.

  5. Add a Name for the filter.

  6. Create the conditions that will trigger the filter to run.

  7. Set the action/s that will occur.

  8. Click OK when done.

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