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You don’t need to go through a sign-up process every time you want a fresh email address.
That’s time consuming, annoying, and unnecessary when there are far easier and quicker ways to get yourself a new email address for sharing with people, using on websites, and so on. We have outlined three of our favorites here. They ensure that you don’t have to log in and out of multiple inboxes to check for updates.
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Let’s say your Gmail username is muoreader, which means you receive emails at email@example.com. Now, you can share/use any number of new distinct email addresses with a simple trick. All you have to do is append a special Gmail separator—the + (plus) sign—to your username, followed by any keyword of your choice. Here are a few valid addresses for example:
Emails sent to any of these unique addresses will still end up in your Gmail inbox, but now it’s easier to organize your inbox. You can filter emails by their To address and add labels to emails in bulk. Plus, you can create filters to tell Gmail what to do with the messages sent to each of these new addresses.
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This Gmail separator trick is also a great way to pinpoint sources of spam in your inbox and block them.
There’s one more benefit: you can use a single Gmail address to sign up for the same website multiple times. While a few websites will suppress the separator or not allow any non-alphanumeric characters, most of them will let it slide.
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Problems may arise if a website decides to treat the separator as an invalid character, but does not warn you about it with an error message. In such cases, an email intended for you at firstname.lastname@example.org could end up going to the person who owns the address email@example.com.
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