Editing subject line in Gmail – Despite Gmail excellence, there can be problems in accessing the service. You may not be able to clear out storage space, share files, or are unable to access a document. Thankfully, many Gmail problems are easy to fix. With Gmail, specifically, whether you’re storing and managing your documents, there’s a decent chance you’ll run into some manner of murkiness along the way. We’re going to offer some typical Gmail troubleshooting tips, then solve some specific Gmail problems, like Editing subject line in Gmail, and how to fix it.
How to edit the subject line of a message in Gmail? When clicking the return/down arrow I get a list of options as the following:
- reply to all
- filter messages like this
- delete this message
- report spam
- show original (that is all the coding)
- message text garbled?
- translate message
- mark as unread
You can’t edit an existing message, including subject line. All you can do is change the subject line when responding to a message. (This would spin off a new conversation thread.)
I do know that some third-party email clients will allow you to edit messages. You could always try using one of those, downloading your email, edit the messages you want, then re-upload them (or just use IMAP), but you’d probably end up with two separate messages and such things are beyond the ken of this site.