Google today announced it is bringing the ‘save to Drive’ feature to its Android app over the coming days. The feature, which is already available on the web version enables users to directly save attachments in emails to their Google Drive account rather than having to download and upload them again. Also Read - How to recall emails in Gmail and Outlook
Apart from this Gmail will also explain to users why any particular mail was marked as spam. It will also provide easier access to the side menu, which will now be available by swiping the display from left to right from anywhere in the app. Also Read - Top 10 work from home apps to look at in 2021
The new update will also bring better support for languages like Arabic, Hebrew and Persian that are read from right to left. Google says that the update will be rolled out to users in the coming days. Also Read - Gmail with Google Chat, Rooms now available for free accounts: Here's how to activate
One of the most asked for features, however, is still missing as Gmail doesn’t provide unified inbox yet and users with multiple Gmail accounts have to switch between them manually.