Gmail for Android has recently got a new update. After the update (V8.5.20), you will be able to customize your swipe actions meaning that you can set different options when you swipe left/right.
The swipe to left/right feature has been there for a long time now. The only problem missing out with the feature was the lack of customization which led a lot of users to stop using it.
If you want to check out the latest feature, you can go to the app’s general settings (after downloading the update, of course) and you would notice the change in the swipe actionsoption. The option used to be a checkbox earlier which is now replaced by a dedicated menu option.
After tapping on the swipe actions, you will be greeted with the options you can set for the swipe actions. The available options are Archive, Delete, Mark as read/unread, Move to, Snooze, and None.
Choose your preferred action and there you go. You can finally customize your swipe actions, something a lot of Android users were craving for so long.
The update has begun rolling out and chances are highly likely that you have already got it. If, however, you are still missing out on the feature, you can download the latest Gmail update from the Google Play Store or you can get it directly from the button below.
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