Gmail for Android Gets Customisable Swipe Actions With Latest Update

Ruben Fields
June 10, 2018

For example swiping to the left would delete an email, while swiping to the right would.

There are about a million email clients available, but Google's own Gmail app is my personal favorite just because it works so well.

This development was first spotted by Android Police and is claimed to have arrived with the latest update, which started rolling out on May 30.

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The search-engine giant also introduced an "early adopter programme (EAP)" for its newly designed Gmail with features like Gmail offline and nudging earlier this month. I say that because I have that new version on most phones and still can't adjust my swipe actions. 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.

The update, rolling out in v8.5.20 of the Gmail app, now lets you tap on the "Swipe Actions" option in Settings which will give you options for both left and right Swipes. Swiping has been a fixture of mobile email apps for years now, and many of these apps allow users to customize these gestures, something Google oddly hasn't been able to add into Gmail until recently.

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