Gmail For Android Now Lets You Customize Swipe Gestures
Jun 11 2018 by Joanne Wise
Google is in the run of updating all its products with some useful features. With these shortcuts you can easily churn through that daunting inbox with hundreds of unread messages, and whittle them down in a flash by swiping left or right. However the good news for Gmail users on mobile is that in the latest update to the app, Google is finally allowing users to create customizable swipes. Sadly, though, that and deleting were the only options. But as Gmail is the most public email platform hence this upgrade is a big thing for the tech industry. There are different actions that you can set your swipe gestures to do, such as Archive, Delete, Mark as read/unread, Move to, Snooze, None. You can also choose the None option to remove any actions from the particular swipe. The options are quite unusual and exciting.
The ability to swipe emails in Gmail has been a joy to use, in Gmail a swipe to the right or left will, by default, archive an email - but what if you want to customise that?
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