Case in point is Gmail on iPhones and iPads which is getting the feature that will let users choose what happens when they swipe on an email.
Until now, if you swipe right or left on an email, it would only delete it on the iPhone.
iOS Gmail adds customisable swipe actions including Archive, Trash, Snooze. This feature had been available for Android users from nine months.
You can decide if you want to mark a message as read, movie it to a folder or delete it outright, among other options. Importantly, the new Gmail update is at present already started rolling out, though it would take some days - could be over 15 days to reach your Apple device.
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They said they need to focus on more violent, urgent crimes in the city. "So, it's not - it's not implausible", she told Guthrie. Smollett said two masked men shouted racial and anti-gay slurs, poured bleach on him, beat him and tied a rope around his neck.
How to customize swipe actions?
Google is making yet another prominent change to Gmail - one that will make it easier to get work done in a hurry.
With the immanent demise of Inbox only a few short days away Google continues to bring enhanced functionality to the Gmail app on Android. The fully-featured right-click menu will allow you to do a lot of things same way as the current Gmail's top bar menu-and even more. "In addition to using swipe actions to quickly triage your email, you can also use the same actions to triage your notifications as well". Not just this but Gmail now also supports 3D Touch gesture for snoozing an email right from the notifications panel.
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