How to whitelist an email address with Gmail
As a member of our community, we want to make sure you receive all of the information we email to you. Thus, we’re going to cover how to whitelist an email address with Gmail. However, if you don’t whitelist our emails they may end up in the junk folder and we don’t want that.
What is whitelisting?
Firstly, whitelisting is a quick, one-time task that adds our email to your “Address Book” or “Safe Senders list”. Furthermore, this can be done in a few different ways. Nonetheless, we will cover the ways to complete the task in this post.
Getting all future emails from us to appear in the “Primary” tab (instead of “Promotions”, or elsewhere) is a quick, two-step process. However, before we jump into that, we want to talk about mobile. Gmail on mobile devices doesn’t provide a way to prioritize messages. However, touching “Show images”, then “Always show images from Sender” will ensure that images always display in your inbox:
- Firstly, drag-and-drop the email message from beneath the tab it’s currently filed under, to the “Primary” tab:
- Once done, a message alert will appear with, “This conversation has been moved to Primary. Do this for all future messages from <sender>@tribeinnovation.com?”. Select “Yes”:
- Lastly, add our addresses to your Gmail Contacts List.