Gmail Update Now Allows For Customizable Swiping Actions


Last April, Google announced the biggest update for Gmail for the first time in a long while, introducing a slew of useful features to its email service. And as Gmail is one of the most widely used products of Google, hence the company is expecting a wide range of changes from past few weeks. 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.

"Pick the ones you want and when you browse any inbox or folder inside Gmail, a simple swipe in each direction will perform your chosen action", the report added. Like you can customize whether you wish to put an option to delete forward or archive that particular mail.

Let us know if you are seeing the new options!

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You can choose to tailor the gestures from the settings menu in the app and then choosing "swipe actions".

As you can see in the screenshot above, users now have the option of changing what those swipes mean. Users can set either left or right swipes to trigger any of the following actions: archive, delete, mark as read or unread, move, or snooze. No word yet on when the swipe gestures will come to iOS.

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