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00:45  03 february  2019
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Do you want to add reminder in Gmail account but don't know how? Learn what are the steps to 1.) To view current reminders : Click on the Pin icon located at the top section. NOTE: If you don’t wish to use Inbox by Gmail to create reminders , you can make use of third-party reminder applications

In this Article: Pinning Email Messages Pinning a Reminder Using Pins Effectively Viewing Your Pinned Items Gmail vs. Google Inbox : Features & Terminology Community Q&A. Pinning messages and reminders in Google Inbox places them on your main inbox screen

Gmail may add Inbox-style reminders and pins

Google has assuaged Inbox fans by incorporating some of the defunct app's features into Gmail, but some of the best additions might still be on the horizon. Reddit user moodio shared an apparent leak showing a test version of Gmail for Android with reminders, pinned messages and category bundles (which help you deal with multiple messages at once). You might even see a quick "mark all as read" button so that you don't have to methodically select every message.

Moodio stressed that this was "very early," and that there were "different design iterations" in progress. It might not resemble exactly what you see below, no matter how accurate the leak might be. It lines up with Google's strategy of reintroducing Inbox features, though, and would be well-timed when the I/O conference takes place in May. If you're still suffering from Inbox withdrawal, you might get your fix relatively soon.

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Gmail may add Inbox-style reminders and pins© Moodio, Reddit Gmail test release with reminders and pins Reddit

Gmail's expanded right-click menu makes it easier to manage email.
You might not have known that you could right-click on emails in Gmail to bring up a short list of common actions that you might want to perform. Now is about as good a time as any to learn about the feature, though, because Google announced today that it will be expanding the options found in the context menu so you can quickly jump to any action that you may need. Currently, you can move, archive or delete an email or mark it as read or unread by right-clicking on it. When the expanded menu rolls out, you'll also be able to quickly reply to or forward an email with one click.

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