Whether you use it as a student or as a teacher, Google Classroom has the ability to pack your inbox full of so many messages, other information gets missed. At the same time, it’s easy to miss things that happen in Classroom if you turn off messages altogether. The solution: file messages from Classroom into their own label so that you can find them when you’re ready to do Classroom kind of things. Here’s how…
7. Check the box that says “Skip the Inbox (Archive it).” This will keep classroom messages from showing up in your inbox.
8. Check the box that says “Apply the label: ” then click where it says “Choose label”
11. The window should like the one to the right. Check the box “Also apply filter to matching conversations.” if you want to label messages you have already received from Classroom.
12. Click “Create Filter.”
13. On the left side of the screen, click “Google Classroom,” and you’ll see any messages you’ve received from Classroom. Any time you have new messages, you’ll notice the label will be bold and it will show the number of new Classroom messages.