It looks like the web version of Gmail will be Lot thanks to new additions to the context menu you right-click or mouse-click. This is a big improvement over the lame three right-click options that Gmail Users had: Archive, mark as unread and delete.
The new features will reach first the paid Gsuite users: The gradual introduction yesterday (February 11) for companies, selected for the "Quick Release" in the upgrade options while the launch of the planned release domains will start on February 22.
There is still no information on when the update will release the users of gmail.com.New options include:
Replies / Forward
Replying or forwarding an e-mail message, so you do not have to click on the message before you perform these actions.
This option is convenient because most of us usually reply to a message first and then the button All.
Searching emails by sender
Searches for all emails from a sender, which is especially useful for quickly accessing your history with this person.
If Conversation View is disabled (see screenshot below), you can search for all emails with the same subject to quickly access the thread's history.
Open in new window
Open multiple e-mails simultaneously in several new windows, which is very useful in this case. You want to serially handle different topics without having to go back and forth.
Add / Move Label
And perhaps the most useful for those who are obsessed with e-mail classification: Add a label or move an e-mail, individually or in bulk
As unread Mark
This makes it easier to find important messages when you scan your inbox.
The Snooze option lets you temporarily remove items from your Inbox until you need them later. You can set the time frame, whether tomorrow or next week. And if you accidentally want to sleep, just to see it, there is a "slumber" option under the menu.