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Warmup filters - Google and Microsoft🚦
Warmup filters - Google and Microsoft🚦

Check this article if you'd like to keep your main inbox clean and filter out your warmup emails to a separate warmup folder 🧹

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Written by Raul Kaevand
Updated over a week ago

Once you enable the warmup for your accounts, warmup emails will start to land in your Inbox and you can recognize them using the warmup filter tag.

If you'd like to keep your main inbox clean and filter out your warmup emails to a separate warmup folder, you can create warmup filters🧹

By default, the warmup tag is the same for all the accounts connected to a workspace.

We only want to filter out emails that hit the inbox and NOT the spam inbox. Any email that hits the spam inbox, we'll automatically move them back to the inbox.


How to create the warmup filter in Gmail account?

If you use a Gmail account, you can follow these steps to create the warmup filter:

  • Open the warmup settings for any of your accounts to copy the warmup filter tag.

  • Go to your Gmail mailbox and create a folder called "Warmup"

  • Create a filter, and enter your warmup tag in "Subject" and "Has the words". Click "Create filter" for the settings to open and choose these rules.

  • Hit Create Filter


How to create the warmup filter for Outlook?

If you use an Outlook account, you can follow these steps to create the warmup filter:

  • Open the warmup settings for any of your accounts to copy the warmup filter tag.

  • In your Outlook mailbox, go to Rules

  • In the condition select Subject or body includes, and enter your warmup tag

  • Add two actions - one to mark the email as read, and the second to move to the Instantly Warmup folder. If this folder does not exist, create a new one

  • Click on Save

  • To run this rule, click the triangle icon "Run this rule now" in the Rules section

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