Gmail Update Now Allows For Customizable Swiping Actions

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The search-engine giant also introduced an "early adopter programme (EAP)" for its newly designed Gmail with features like Gmail offline and nudging earlier this month.

The mobile app has supported swipe gestures for some time now, but the options have been rather limited - toggling between read/unread or archiving/deleting messages. 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.

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However, the folks at Android Police have been given the power, and when they go into Settings General Settings, they can tap on the "Swipe actions" option to open up a new customizable interface. This brings the Gmail app (on Android, at least) up to par with Gmail's web mail's ability to snooze your emails until later. Previously, the swipe gesture only allows you to archive an email. Available with the latest update version 8.5.20, it is now uncertain whether the feature has been available since the latest version's release date or is a server-side update.

There are about a million email clients available, but Google's own Gmail app is my personal favorite just because it works so well.

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