Add Email Alias in Gmail

Let's learn how to create an email alias in Gmail.
Written by Upscale
Updated 1 year ago

Email alias helps maintain your domain health by sending and receiving emails from a forwarding email address. It works as a nickname for your email address. 

For example, you may have multiple roles in your company. Instead of switching between multiple mailboxes, you can create multiple aliases. Say your primary email address is You can create an email alias for,, and Emails sent to either email address will reach your inbox. 

Steps to Create Email Alias in Gmail

  • Log into Gmail > Settings
  • Select Accounts > Add another email address
  • Enter your email alias address
  • You can add a Reply-To Address (Optional)
  • Click on Next Step 
  • Complete the verification to Save the email alias

Note: Please enter a verified Email Alias to avoid sending emails via your primary email address. Also, ensure you warm up your email alias address to avoid landing in the SPAM folder. 

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