The Gmail web version seems to be more useful to the batch because new additions to the context menu are accessible by right-clicking on the mouse or touchpad. Credit: Shutterstock It's a great improvement over the three right-click clicks Gmail users had to: tag as unread and delete.
The first new steps will reach paid Gsuite users: yesterday (February 11), companies that have chosen the "Quick Launch" option in the "upgrade" options will gradually be deployed and the launch of the planned release domains will start on February 22.
There is no word when the update will be released from gmail.com users New options:
Reply / forward
Reply or forward email you need to click the message
Reply to All
This option is useful because most of us usually open at the beginning and then hunt the "Reply All" button.
Emails from the sender
Search for all emails from the sender, which is especially useful for quickly accessing your story with this person.
If the chat view is turned off (see Picture below), you can search for all email. emails with the same object so you can quickly access the thread history.
Open in New Window
Open Multiple Email emails in several new windows at the same time.
Add Label / Move
And perhaps the most useful for those who are obsessed with mail classification: add a label or move an email.
Mark this as unread
This can help you find important messages when you scan your inbox.
With the deferral option, you can temporarily delete items from received messages until they are needed later. You can decide if it is tomorrow or next week. And if you get away with something, you just have to see it, the Snoozed menu.