Don’t like what you swipe? Here’s How You Can Customize Swipe Gestures in the Gmail App

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Gmail is the go-to emailing app for a lot of smartphone users. It’s easy to use and works well on almost any interface, be it Android or iOS. What adds to its overall charm is that it has several features that let you work smoothly without having to switch apps again and again. For example, it comes with built-in Meet and Space features, which means you don’t need to download these apps separately to your smartphone to use them. There are also swipe gestures that let you do things like archive mail or snooze an email by swiping right or left. You can also delete an email, mark an email as read or unread, or even move an email to a different folder.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how you can change the swipe gestures in Gmail:

How to Customize Swipe Gestures in Gmail’s Android App

Phase 1: Open the Gmail app on your Android smartphone.

step 2: Tap on the hamburger menu in the top left corner of the app.

step 3: Scroll down and tap on the Settings button.

step 4: Tap on the General Settings button.

Step 5: Now Find Mail Swipe Actions and tap it.

Step 6: Tap on Right Swipe option and choose the gesture of your choice.

Step 7: Tap the Left Swipe option and again choose a gesture that you prefer to use instead of the default option.

How to Customize Swipe Gestures in Gmail’s iOS App

Phase 1: Open the Gmail app on your iPhone.

step 2: Tap on the hamburger menu on the top left corner of the app.

step 3: Now scroll down and tap on the Settings button.

step 4: Next, tap on the Email Swipe Action button.

Step 5: Tap on Right Swipe option. Here you can change the default archive option to bin, mark as read/unread option, snooze, move or none option.

Step 6: Go back and tap on Left Swipe option. Pick a gesture you like and you’re done.

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