Gmail gets a new right-click menu

Ruben Fields
February 13, 2019

Gmail has always offered a number of ways to interact with your mail.

Search for all emails from a sender, which is particularly useful to quickly access your history with that person. You can use a full-blown desktop mail client (like Outlook), or others too. Even if you have, you may not be using the resulting menu much, as it now only offers three options: archive, mark as unread, and delete. You can archive it, delete it, mark it as read or snooze it. Placing these options within easy reach takes out a few extra steps from the daily workflow of a large number of users, making Gmail much more convenient to use. There's good news today - soon twelve commonly-used actions will be possible through the right-click menu.

Heads up, Gmail users: Google is rolling out some handy new right-click context menu options, which can help you do more from your inbox. The update has already begun rolling out to Rapid Release domains, with up to 15 days allocated for feature visibility from a start date of February 11.

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Fortunately Google is addressing this pain point for users. The update will roll out to all G Suite Gmail users and will be enabled by default. In any case, G Suite users will be able to benefit from it starting February 22nd, or even now if they are part of the quick launch mode.

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