Google is beefing up Gmail's right-click menu with more options

Google is beefing up Gmail's right-click menu with more options

Google is beefing up Gmail's right-click menu with more options

Always about the giant Google, in the past few hours, the company has announced the launch of a programming interface for Google Docs that allows developers to automate many common tasks (such as entering text, changing the formatting or managing lists).

The update means that it is now possible to perform more actions directly from the inbox.

The new right-click menu can be seen below. The feature will initially roll out for G Suite users, and could eventually make its way to regular Gmail users as well. For instance, you'll be able to choose Reply, Reply all, or Forward from the right-click menu, as well as Archive, Delete, Mark as unread, and Snooze.

Police ask woman who threw chair from balcony to surrender
A video circulating online Monday appears to show the woman tossing the chair from the balcony, which overlooks a major highway. ET at a condo in the Harbour and York streets area, which overlooks the Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard.

Of course, you already have all those options, in Gmail's top menu (some are hidden behind the additional, three-dot menu, though) and you can also access them via keyboard shortcuts.

Gmail's right-click menu is getting an upgrade.

The blog post states that the feature will initially be rolled to all G-Suite users and will reach to all end users by February 25. You'll also be able to use Control and Click on a Mac and the Windows key in Windows.

McDonald's Reveals New Donut Sticks
McDonald's tested the donut sticks at restaurants in IL in early 2018 and again in October, VanGosen said. McDonald's is marketing it as a crunchy outside sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and a soft, doughy inside.

Open multiple emails in multiple new windows at the same time, which is very useful in case you want to serially take care of different subjects without having to go back and forth.

Those on a slower, more progressive Scheduled Release domain, meanwhile, will begin to get the new menu from February 22.

Tsonga beats Herbert for Montpellier title
Medvedev was contesting his second ATP Tour final of 2019, having lost to Kei Nishikori at the Brisbane International last month. In the Sofia Open final, third seed Daniil Medvedev of Russian Federation beat Hungarian Marton Fucsovics 6-4 6-3.

Related news