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Gmail for Android Introduces Convenient “Select All” Button to Enhance Inbox Zero Efficiency

In a new update to the Gmail app for Android, a new feature is being added that allows users to select all emails in their inbox at once, with a maximum limit of 50 emails. This feature has already been available on the Gmail web app and is now being introduced to mobile devices.

Users can utilize the new “Select All” button to quickly and easily select all emails in their inbox. This feature is useful for tasks like deleting, archiving, marking as unread, or moving selected emails to a specific folder.

In addition, various tasks like snoozing, changing labels, adding stars, marking as important, muting, and reporting spam can also be performed for all selected emails at once by tapping on the three-dot menu button. This is particularly useful for users with a large number of emails.

Gmail’s new “Select All” button

The “Select All” button was introduced in version 2023.08.20.561750975 of the Gmail app for Android. It has been observed on Google Pixel and Samsung Galaxy devices running Android 13 and Android 14. However, the feature is being rolled out server-side, so it may not be immediately visible to all users. Google has not specified the expected timeline for the full rollout of this feature.

While this feature is not new to Gmail web users, it will be a welcome addition for mobile users who regularly access their emails on the go. This update aligns with Google’s focus on larger screen devices like foldables and tablets.

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