Gmail For Web Receives An Entirely New Context Menu

Right-click options with Conversation View

Right-click options without Conversation View

Right-click options with Conversation View Right-click options without Conversation View

Presently, users get limited options like reply, delete in the right-click menu.

For now, the new right-click menu is rolling out to G Suite users, but it will make its way to all Gmail users in the next couple of weeks.

The new right-click menu allows users to open multiple emails in new windows at the same time, quickly add a label to an email or move an email.

What do you think about the improved right click?

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It's a small change, but very welcomed. For users on a scheduled release, the update will kick off on February 22 and will take one to three days to reach its entire audience. Should all go well, it'll likely hit regular Gmail accounts shortly after.

Use search to find emails by the contact. The update is created to make those whose email lives still remain in the browser more straightforward, with Google promising it'll begin rolling out from today.

It'll mean swifter access to some of the most common actions in Gmail. The context menu can be accessed using Ctrl+click on Mac keyboards and menu key on Windows keyboards. According to The Verge, the company started using the new filters last month and claims that it has managed to block extra 100 million spam messages every day with its help. Users on the Scheduled Release track will start receiving the update on February 22, but Google said it will take one to three days after that to reach everyone.

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