Gmail on Web Got a Handful of Useful Quick Settings Menu


Gmail is one of the most popular email services in the world with billions of active users. Since its launch, Google has been improving Gmail starting with its interface to new features. Although the company revamped the interface of Gmail multiple times, setting navigation was still a challenging section for most of the users. Finally, Google is revamping the Quick Settings menu to make it much more useful.

With the latest change, Google has revamped the Quick Setting menu with new shortcut layouts. Gmail on the web has a Settings cog icon in the top right corner under your profile photo. Clicking this icon brings up a few quick options and shortcuts to the full Settings and Themes. In addition to that, Google will soon shift the Settings icon up to the very top of the screen next to the Google apps launcher.

Gmail new Quick Setting Menu

The quick settings menu contains an option to change the density of information displayed. It will also let you choose which emails you want to have prioritized in your inbox. Apart from this, there will be also an option that lets you add a reading pane so you can see an email’s contents without actually opening it. Lastly, you can adjust your Gmail theme from the quick settings menu.

This new menu for Gmail on the web will be available to both G Suite users and personal Gmail accounts. Google has already started the rollout of this new menu for Gmail on the web, but it could take some weeks to arrive on everyone’s dashboard. Since this is a server-side update, you don’t have to do anything to get this feature.

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