GOOGLE has gifted Android owners a new time-saving feature for the Gmail app that can also help free up some storage space.
When a device is low on storage space, it can often become sluggish.
Google has previously confirmed this and urged users to consider freeing up storage space on their devices to get the best performance.
According to Google, it’s best to keep more than 10 percent of your storage space free.
To help with this, the tech giant has finally introduced a helpful “Select All” button in Gmail on Android.
It helps users clean their inbox more easily and in much less time than manually selecting all their emails or spam.
It was already available in the web version of Gmail, but it’s still nowhere to be seen for iPhone users.
When an email is selected in the app, the Select All checkbox appears in the top left of the screen below the number of emails that were clicked.
While the option says “Select All,” it actually only selects 50 at a time, which is the same as the desktop version.
While this won’t completely clear your inbox, deleting emails you receive during annual leave is much less stressful.
Google has started rolling out this feature to all Android users.
According to 9to5Google, it’s already appearing on Pixel and Galaxy phones running Android 13 or later.
If you don’t see this option in your app, check for Gmail updates in the Play Store.
The version of Gmail with the updated feature is titled: 2023.08.20.561750975.
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