Gmail is releasing a new amazing feature which allows the Android smartphone app’s users to personalized actions for left & right swipes on the emails. this is Available with the recent version of updated application 8.5.20, now it is not confirmed whether the swipes feature has been available since the recent version’s launch date or is a Gmail server side update. however, Gmail application users now get the independence to modified the controls for left and right swipes. which were set before to Archive on both by system default.
This Gmail development was firstly spotted by Android Police website and is claimed to have come with the new update, which started rolling out on 30 May 2018. The swipes customize feature is available under the Gmail Settings -> General Settings -> Swipe actions. In this section, the users can select between options like Archive, Mark as read or unread, Delete, Snooze and Move to. you can also select the None option to remove any functions from the specific swipe action. When you completed, the swipe actions will be applicable to the whole application.
It is interesting, the changelog of the latest version of Android Gmail update does not clearly mention this function as an addition to the application. Furthermore, it focuses only on the insignificant changes such as bug issue and application improvements.
Last month in April 2018, Gmail had introduced its most important update in these days, including a design layout refresh after 5 years. the Gmail update consist the new features which are new email shortcuts, Nudge for replies, Smart Reply, Confidential modes, and most important native offline mode. however, the testing started after the announcement, the new design is reported to provide to all users in July 2018, with every user being switched over via September.
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