In a recent update, Google is giving users some new options for customizing in-app actions.
You can now customize left and right swipe actions on Gmail for Android
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"Pick the ones you want and when you browse any inbox or folder inside Gmail, a simple swipe in each direction will perform your chosen action", the report added. Following a recent major design overhaul for the web version of the email client, now it's the mobile app's turn to get a bunch of new features, starting with customized swipe gestures. Earlier this swipe action was confined to just archive irrespective of the work. You'll then be able to choose what happens when you right or left swipe, including Archive, Delete, Mark as read or unread, Move to, Snooze or None.
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To customize the option, head into Gmail for Android's settings - general settings - swipe actions and choose what you'd like your swipe action to do. Google is not the first one too offers its email platforms users with such options, there are plenty of other platforms which are already serving this feature.
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Gmail's swipe gesture is not the most customizable in this world, but now a user can have enough options to customize it for his better use.