Gmail users are getting a much-needed productivity step thanks to an update of the web app's right-click menu.
The new menu allows users to access several common functions directly from the inbox.
For example, users can right-click an email message to reply to or forward it from the inbox. In addition, users can search for all emails from a sender or, if they have conversation view, search for all emails with the same topic.
The new right-click menu allows users to open multiple emails in new windows at once, quickly adding a label to an email message, or moving an email message.
Of course, users will still have access to basic features such as email archiving, deletion, and snoozing.
Google says the feature rolls out on February 11 and will take place over the next two weeks for "Rapid Release" G Suite users. Scheduled edition users will see that the function rolls out on February 22 and it can take one to three days.
Free users also usually see these new features around that time, so you can expect to see the new right-click menu soon.
Source: Google Via: TechCrunch