Over the past few weeks, Google has been changing its Gmail through a bunch of overdue updates, and one new change arrived in the latest update on Android. the ability to customize actions when you swipe the mail to the left or to the right.
Gmail for Android Allows you to customize swipe actions.
previously, swiping an email would archive it, no matter what is it. That was pretty handy but not nearly as useful as it could be. The swipe gesture can help you clear out your inbox as their actions fit with the way you work. it’s kind of an additional feature because for several years swipe means fixture of mobile email apps.
Mail swipe gestures are mostly not customizable, but if you have enough options you could make it useful. In your Gmail App settings, you can assign the left or the right swipe to either archive, delete, mark as read or unread, move, or snooze an email.
Just go to settings > general settings > swipe actions.
This customization option is not available in iOS, but as we can see there a new bunch of new updates across the web and its app recently, chances are it’ll arrive soon enough.