Gmail for Android is an app that allows you to better manage your email and offers almost all the features of the web version, including translation, with a few exceptions, which are definitely useful in certain occasions.
While the web version allows you to easily identify emails, The mobile application does not provide this possibility. So, if the user wants to archive all emails or mark them as read, you have to select them manually. However, Google seems to be working to bridge this gap Add “select all” function.
Evidence of this effect was found in the latest update to Gmail, Version 2023.08.20.561750975. The option will appear once you click on the email. Then, you can archive, snooze, mute emails, mark emails as read/unread, and more.
However, Gmail limits the number of emails retrieved from its servers to 50 per request. So, Clicking “Select All” will highlight the first 50 emailsAvailable in your inbox. By clicking on it again, another 50 emails can be selected.
Once they are stored in the local cache, clicking “Select All” will mark them all, even if the quantity is greater than 50. Pressing the “Unmark All” button will unmark all highlighted emails.
At the moment, it is not known if and when this new option will be available to all users, but this is still a promising sign that this may happen in the short term.
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