Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Technology | By Lionel Gonzales

Gmail For Web Receives An Entirely New Context Menu

Gmail For Web Receives An Entirely New Context Menu

Google hasn't announced dates for a full roll-out to all users, but if past experience anything to go by, we can expect to see the new menu in all inboxes within a month or so. Arguably even more useful, there'll be a shortcut for searches there, too. It's unclear when the feature will come to all Gmail users; we've asked Google and will update this article when we hear from them.

Google has, over the years, turned Gmail into an immensely powerful email tool that is among the most popular email clients in the world.

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As it is right now, right-clicking on an email can only get you three additional options, including Archive, Mark as unread, and Delete.

The good news if you're on a Rapid Release GSuite domain is you'll start to see the updates from today, and on Scheduled Release domains from 22 February. You'll also be able to use Control and Click on a Mac and the Windows key in Windows. Many features that land for G Suite customers are implemented for free users as well eventually, and usually in a short period. Placing these options within easy reach takes out a few extra steps from the daily workflow of a large number of users, making Gmail much more convenient to use. The current options are not thought out well in my opinion. Once the change lands, it is possible to use often used actions such as reply directly from the list of emails; something that has not been possible before using the user interface, if I'm not mistaken.

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