Moving emails to folders repeatedly

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I have many labels (=many folders) for different projects. Usually once the new email is read I move it to the appropriate folder right away. If the new email is sent to already existing thread then it pops up in the inbox but has a label attached to it (and I like it as I do not check each folder for new emails). Once read I move the entire thread again in the appropriate folder using "move to" button. However, is there a way to automate this process to one click such that I do not need go through "Move to" then go through the list and then move? With a few labels it is easy and quick but with dozens and dozens of labels not so much. For example, if I receive 5 new emails within existing thread during 20min period and I read and move the thread to the folder right after every new email, it is a lot of repeated tasks that wastes time. Thanks.

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  • jailall101
    Sorry but i don't think that can be done as i have tried myself.
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