Gmail: disable email grouping

Gmail email is a little’ “abnormal termination” compared to the other account managers: Google is active by default some sort of grouping by conversation emails When it comes to conversations (What email to whom we gave at least one response. With a few simple clicks you can disable email grouping.This grouping is extremely useful to follow the logical thread of conversations via email, also because Gmail automatically “hides” the part “cited” of each email.
For some people this grouping is an obstacle because it was too different from how they are used to check email.

Our advice is to get familiar with this mode, But if you can't do, below you will find instructions on how to Disable Gmail conversation view and get individual e-mail messages individually.

Grouping by conversation breaks automatically, and you create a new “thread” When the subject line of the email changes or when the conversation reaches over 100 Posts.

Disable Gmail conversation view

And’ can turn off conversation view only from pc via browser (You cannot change the display mode of the email from Gmail Apps).

  1. Open Gmail.
  2. Click the gear icon at the top right gmail settings.
  3. Click Settings.
  4. On the tab “General” Scroll down and select “Conversation view off”

  5. Click Save changes at the bottom of the page.

The setting is applied to all the email addresses that you check through your account.



Gmail is a free web-based email (Webmail), POP3 and IMAP, provided by Google.
It was released on April 1, 2004 and only the 7 July 2009, After over 5 years in the public beta status, has been finalised. Features 25 GB of free space (shared with all other services offered by Google to you), Additionally, with paid packages.