With Gmail rolling out a new Web UI almost a year ago, the new platform since then has been constantly gaining new features. The new platform got features like snoozing for emails and now is getting the new context menu that can be right-clicked followed with twelve commonly used actions.
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Right now the situation allows users to right click to move email between tabs, archive delete email and mark as unread, but with the new inclusion, Gmail will be getting a lot more options like replying, muting, forwarding, search for all emails from the sender, searching all emails with the same subject, opening new window and easily adding a label or moving the email.
The new update has started rolling out today and the G Suit users will get this feature first, while the other regular Gmail users would be getting the update in coming weeks. To recall the right-click context menu, users can try ctrl+click on the Mac Keyboard and menu key on the Windows keyboard.