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Gmail gets a new right-click menu

13 February 2019

According to a post on the G Suite Updates blog, that's all about to change, with an expanded menu that adds reply and forward options, plus the ability to mark messages as unread, move them, and add labels. Well, this is changing with the latest Gmail update.

The update means that it is now possible to perform more actions directly from the inbox.

Users can now right-click (or long-press on a touchscreen) to move email between tabs, archive, mark as unread, and delete email.

Note that the option to "find emails with this subject" will only be available if you have conversation mode turned off. Access that via the Gear icon () Settings Conversation view.

Multiple emails can be opened in multiple windows at the same time, too.

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With this week's update, Gmail is adding a lot more options to the context menu, meaning you no longer need to use the top options menu.

Windows users can click on menu key.

Now, Google is currently rolling out more features for the new Gmail.

Now rolling out to Gmail and G Suite users, an update to Gmail is expanding the menu you see when you right-click your mouse. Still, it could take up to fifteen days for it to be added to your interface. The gradual rollout yesterday (February 11) for companies that have the "rapid release" selected in their upgrade options, while scheduled release domains rollout will start on February 22.

Gmail gets a new right-click menu