Although not instantly apparent, you can specify a particular date range when you’re searching for a Gmail. But this feature is not available in the search options, which only enable you to select a set time between an entered date. You can use this option to determine a date range but limit your search visibility within a date range, and you have to manually instruct Gmail to do so in the standard search field.
Firstly, log in to Gmail.
Here, you need to enter the search keyword in the standard search field at the top of Gmail, followed by a space. For example, if you were searching for Royal IPTV, you would need to type ” Royal IPTV” but don’t press “Enter” just yet.
Add the search with “after: YYYY/MM/DD ” and replace the formatting for the first date in the range. For an instant, if you were checking your search from Jan 15, 2010, your search field would now look like “Royal IPTV after:2010/01/15 “. Still, do not press “Enter.”
Append “before: YYYY/MM/DD” and change the formatting with the last date in your date field. For example, if the last date in the array were Mar 10, 2010, then your search field would include “Royal IPTV after:2010/01/15 before:2010/03/10”.
Now, press the “Enter” button to see your outcomes between those two dates. For instance, you would only see emails with the keyword “Royal IPTV” sent or received between Jan 15, 2010, and Mar 10, 2010 date range. You can refer to this video for more details.