IOS finally gets customizable swipe actions for Gmail

IOS finally gets customizable swipe actions for Gmail

IOS finally gets customizable swipe actions for Gmail

This update is coming nearly one year after similar feature was added to Gmail for Android.

The search giant announced on Thursday that its Gmail for iOS app will be updated to add several new customizable swipe actions: archive, trash, mark as read, mark as unread, snooze, and move to [a different folder]. You can access the swipe configuration settings by going into the Gmail app on your iOS device and navigating to Settings Swipe actions. In case you don't see it, try to update your app from the official store. Its rollout has already begun on iOS, but it could take up to 15 days to reach all users, Google says. Nine months after introducing the feature on Android, Gmail on iOS will finally have customizable swipe gestures. There's also the ability to customize the actions if you don't like the default setup. Once fully activated, you will be able to browse image carousels, RSVP to an event, or fill out a form without leaving the Gmail inbox. Google is updating Gmail for iOS to let you personalize what happens when you swipe right.

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You can now deal with email simply by swiping left or right on each one in your inbox. "In addition to using swipe actions to quickly triage your email, you can also use the same actions to triage your notifications as well". The new change empowers the Gmail application to include swipe actions, like Archive and Mark as read.

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