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[How to] Tips for removing top ads in Gmail inbox

Gmail displays a number of advertisements in the message area. One such ad (Gmail called them are Web Clips) occupies top your inbox and it looks like menu items. (See screen shots below for clarification).

If you don’t like these web clips or ads, you can simply disable them from the Gmail Settings menu.

Gmail with top ads


Gmail without top ads

To disable the top ads, Open your Gmail and go to ‘Settings’ menu.

Now select ‘Web Clips’ and uncheck the option ‘Show my web clips above the Inbox’

You may also like how to completely remove ads from Gmail, Yahoo mail and Hotmail.

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  1. Thanks buddy for sharing this tip.

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  2. Thanks, i was trying to find an adblock for this. was easy thank to this.

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