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Gmail for Android Gets Customisable Swipe Actions With Latest Update
11 June 2018, 05:28 | Jodi Jackson
Choose your own swipe actions with the latest Gmail for Android
Google is in the run of updating all its products with some useful features. Earlier Google updated its Gmail for desktop users; nearly everything was upgraded to a new level. And as Gmail is one of the most widely used products of Google, hence the company is expecting a wide range of changes from past few weeks. Sadly, though, that and deleting were the only options.
Google has added a new feature to its Gmail app which makes it more convenient to use than before. For example swiping to the left would delete an email, while swiping to the right would. Earlier this swipe action was confined to just archive irrespective of the work. The options for swiping now include: Archive, Delete, Mark as read/unread, Move to, Snooze, and None - and obviously you can customise both left and right. You can also choose the None option to remove any actions from the particular swipe.
However we suppose this could still come in handy for users who might be left/right handed and might prefer to use the left/right swipes for different actions than what's being offered in the default settings. No word on whether iOS users have the same features enabled for them yet.
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Rafael Nadal Wins 11th French Open
Thiem was under the cosh, saving four break points in the first game of the third set before Nadal inevitably broke for 2-1. Rafael Nadal once again proved why he is called the King of Clay as he extended his record at the French Open on Sunday.
Nadal claims record-extending 11th French Open title
However, it was not all smooth sailing for Nadal on Sunday, as he started suffering cramps on his left hand in the third set. After Nadal held there for 5-4, Thiem basically handed over the next game - and the set - by making four mistakes in a row.