Finally, Google is taking steps to take care of a not-so sufficient options in the right-click function of Gmail’s web interface. Gmail dealing with it by overhauling and adding a lot more options in the pop-up list of the right-click function.
Right-clicking is about to get more useful in Gmail!
This new update is quite simple. Once you receive the update, and you right-click, you will get a list options more than the mundane three options thingy – the archive, mark as unread, or delete options.
The added options in the menu reply, forward, label as, find emails from [sender], snooze, and move options. From the options list you can also open email in a new window and as well reply all messages.
It is quite handy and makes working around your email quick and enjoyable though some suggest that these options should have already been there for a long time.
Just compare to the old right-click menu list, which had only 3 options: Archive, Delete and Mark as read. You’ll admit that the new right-click menu list is more fun and productive than the old mundane one.
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Not everyone is getting it straightway!
Hold on just yet. It comes with a caveat!
Google is not rolling the update for everybody at once. It has already started rolling it out to G Suite user with Rapid Release domains. Then, on February 22, the update will go to Scheduled Release customers. Though, it is likely there will be some few delays along the way.
For the normal or bog standard free Gmail accounts, no date has been scheduled. That doesn’t mean free Gmail accounts aren’t getting the update. But we do believe it may hit your account in the coming few days.
If you are using a free account keep your fingers crossed yours will hit your account soon.