Google has added a new feature to it Gmail service so you could be all comfortable with their services. Just about now, you can right click on emails in Gmail to pull up a short list of further actions you were likely looking for.
The giant tech. company announced today that it will be expanding the options embedded in the context menu bar so users can quickly choose any action that they need.
Current features on right clicking allows you to move, archieve or delete a mail or mark it as read, or mark it as unread, but when Google adds it latest feature as announced, users will be able to reply or forward a mail with just a click.
More feature includes users being able to search for related mails, looking up messages from same sender or emails with similar subjects, opening multiple emails in new windows as relatively same time should a user need to glance at a particular message more closer and very quickly add a label to organize your the inbox.
The promised feature by Google will start to pull out to G Suit users from today. Then all other users will be getting theirs from February 22nd and it may take up to 3days to get to users.
It’s Google’s determination to simplify all of its features for users, but mostly across G Suit most are available right about now, including the addition of shortcut to very quickly prepare new documents and sheets, and then put-off the rarely visited notification widget and a lot more.