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Tuesday
May142019

Gmail on Android now has Google Task integrated

Google redesigned its Task app after getting rid of its standalone service and now, the company has ported this feature into Gmail on Android. So, if you’re using the improved app, you can now add emails into it. You just need to tap on the overflow menu (the three-dot menu) and click “Add to Tasks.” You’ll get a notification if an email has been added successfully, and whether you want to jump directly into the Tasks app to view this new addition.

Source: Android Police

Wednesday
Feb202019

Material Design refresh for Gmail on Android gets wider release

We reported last month that the Material Design refresh, which first appeared for Gmail on the desktop, is making its way to the mobile apps. It offers a cleaner interface for the email client and ties it in with the overall design theme Google is applying to all of its products. Now, for Android users, it seems the rollout is more widespread. As 9to5Google reports, version 9.1.13 should be rolling out to more users. If you don't have auto update on, you should head to Gmail's Play Store page to see if the update is available for you.

Tuesday
Feb122019

Google makes right-clicking on Gmail a lot more useful

Before when you tried to access the right-click menu of Gmail, it offered three paltry options: archive, mark as unread, or delete. But that option is about to get a bit more useful. Google is overhauling the menu and adding a lot more options like being able to select reply, forward, label, move, mute, and snooze emails. It’s coming first to G Suite users with Rapid Release domains. And then on February 22nd, it’ll be hitting Scheduled Release customers. Google hasn’t announced if or when Gmail free accounts will be getting the feature. But we’re pretty confident it will land in the future. We’ll keep you posted for any updates.

Source: The Verge

Tuesday
Jan292019

Gmail for Android and iOS finally get Material Design makeover

After being unveiled at Cloud Next 2018 in July, Material Design theme redesign for Gmail on Android and iOS is finally hitting users. It brings a lot of the features seen in the web version introduced last year. The familiar red app bar and accent has been removed and replaced with a stark white motif. You get a search field with the hamburger button on the left and profile icon on the right. The bottom right corner has the button you can access to compose messages. It’s now easier to see labels and other colours with the new design. Photos, documents, and other attachments are now seen inline for easier access. For “dangerous” messages, you’ll see big red banner warnings. Similar to the web, there are three density views for Gmail: Default, Comfortable, and Compact. The update is rolling out in the coming weeks, so keep an eye out for the change to hit your device soon.

Source: 9to5Google