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I know it's pre-release, so it's not finalised yet, however, I have quite the amount of labels I use for Gmail (over 20) and when I used the integration, in my notification centre I have to scroll down to use anything below the Gmail labels which is quite annoying.

Is there anyone way to stop the display on labels and only show the inbox? I ask this mainly because I don't filter to labels, each E-mail I get I assign a new label or archive, so I never have the need to see how many unread Emails are in each label.

Hope you've understood what I'm trying to say!

Thank you.

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closed as off topic by Jorge Castro, belacqua, Jjed, RolandiXor, jokerdino Aug 23 '12 at 6:45

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I think it would be a new feature request. – Web-E Aug 4 '12 at 20:27
Welcome to Ask Ubuntu! This question should instead be filed as a bug report, and as such is off-topic, thanks! Instructions on filing a bug report are here. – Jorge Castro Aug 7 '12 at 13:42
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There is no way to do this actually besides changing the integration script to act accordingly or to be a bit more clever.

You could add a "feature request" to the launchpad page, to have more control on amount of integration (or allow scripts to define sort of "integration groups" that could be enabled/disabled).

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