Google added expanded right-click menu to G-mail.
Until now, right-click on emails in Gmail offered common actions to perform: move, archive or delete an email or mark it as read or unread. When the expanded menu rolls out the users will also be able to quickly reply to or forward an email with one click, to search for similar emails, including looking up other messages from that sender or emails with the same subject. The expanded menu will also give the ability to open multiple emails in new windows at the same time and quickly add a label to organize the inbox.
Many of these options are already available when users open an email, but they are now available from the inbox. It is faster and more efficient. The roll-out for this update began with G Suite users getting it first. A complete rollout of the feature is scheduled to start on February 22nd and will take up to three days to arrive for users. D-mail now has more than 1.5 billion users. This is huge. It means that there's one active Gmail account for every five people on the planet.The service launched in 2004 to beta testers. It was in beta stage until 2009. At this time, G-mail covers 20 percent of the global e-mail market. The average age of a G-mail user is 31.