Google is lastly addressing one of many extra annoying quirks of Gmail’s internet interface by overhauling the right-click menu, including much more choices within the pop-up record that ought to make it far more helpful.
As updates go, it’s a fairly easy one: as soon as the rollout hits your account, you’ll be introduced with the above record of choices once you right-click on an e-mail, including choices to answer, ahead, label, transfer, mute, and snooze emails — choices that actually ought to have been there for a very long time.
Compare that to the outdated right-click menu, which gave only a paltry three choices: archive, mark as unread, or delete.
Google says that it’ll be rolling out the replace beginning as we speak to G Suite customers with Rapid Release domains, and on February 22nd for Scheduled Release prospects, though it’ll probably take just a few days in both case to roll out. No timeframe for bog-standard free Gmail accounts has been given, although if previous traits maintain, it’ll probably make its strategy to your inbox someday within the coming days.