This means that the file will always be synced with the cloud and will present you with its most updated version.
Saving offline -To access files without downloading them completely, yet accessing them without an internet connection, you need to save them locally.
So go ahead and add stars to locations whenever you see them and want to remember them for later.
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As it seems your goal is to have your messages readily accessible for search and other purposes, the first option is probably more likely to suit your needs.
One possible way to set up the second option (i.e., routinely moving messages out of your inbox) might work well for you.
It's an incredible tool for locating landmarks and businesses, gauging routes and distances between them, and even finding out how long it will take you to get home from anywhere. Make sure your device has an Internet connection, and sign into your Google account. Note that you can only save maps smaller than 50km by 50km (that's a little more than 30 miles squared). The app will prompt you to zoom in or out to capture the area you want. When prompted, name the map however you want and hit Save. To get at your saved maps offline, open Google Maps (again, you'll need to be signed into your Google account ahead of time) and tap the three vertically stacked bars (the hamburger menu) in the upper left.