“I use gmail for Enterprise, and I have the option to create quick e-mail aliases in my admin account. I love this feature, and was curious about it’s availability in standard, tradition gmail accounts. Turns out, you don’t actually have to create or setup anything for an alias. Just enter an email address in this format:
Any e-mail sent to gmailusername+Notes@gmail.com is actually being sent to email@example.com.
This becomes super-useful when you then create a simple filter in your gMail inbox to move any message sent to gmailusername+Notes@gmail.com to a specific folder, likely called Notes. Or just apply a specific label to these messages, whatever you prefer.
Here is the official Google article – https://support.google.com/mail/answer/12096?hl=en
Hope some of you find this useful & effective.”
Source – _aP