Gmail Labs "Superstars"

If yoy’ve not heard, Google had announced the additon of “Gmail labs” into Gmail to showcase new experimental features created by Google engineers. Superstars, is among the 13 new features that has been added to Gmail Labs. After enabling Superstars, simply click on the star icon repeatedly to rotate through new star options. [Read more about Superstars] […]

If yoy’ve not heard, Google had announced the additon of “Gmail labs” into Gmail to showcase new experimental features created by Google engineers. Superstars, is among the 13 new features that has been added to Gmail Labs. After enabling Superstars, simply click on the star icon repeatedly to rotate through new star options. [Read more about Superstars]

If you want to find the messages that have a certain kind of star, use one of the following queries:

has:yellow-star (or l:^ss_sy)
has:blue-star (or l:^ss_sb)
has:red-star (or l:^ss_sr)
has:orange-star (or l:^ss_so)
has:green-star (or l:^ss_sg)
has:purple-star (or l:^ss_sp)
has:red-bang (or l:^ss_cr)
has:yellow-bang (or l:^ss_cy)
has:blue-info (or l:^ss_cb)
has:orange-guillemet (or l:^ss_co)
has:green-check (or l:^ss_cg)
has:purple-question (or l:^ss_cp)

You can enable the Quick Links labs feature to save some of these queries so that they are always accessible with a single click. Just search for has:blue-star or any other value and click on “Add Quick Link”.

Source:→ Google System