Gmail Now Allows Switching Between Simple and Advanced Toolbars

Gmail Now Allows Switching Between Simple and Advanced Toolbars

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Gmail now offers a simplified toolbar interface for reading emails and taking action in your inbox.

Once available on your account, you’ll see a prompt, “New, simpler toolbar”, after opening an email: “It’s now easier to focus on common tasks. Find other actions under More.”

When viewing your inbox, the simple toolbar displays only archive, report spam, delete, mark as unread, and move to, with everything else placed under the full menu.

The advanced toolbar is the previous design, including wink, add to tasks, labels, and more. The overflow menu contains mark as not necessary, add a star, create an event, filter messages like this, and mute.

Gmail Now Allows Switching Between Simple and Advanced Toolbars

The new layout offers a less cluttered UI and can be useful for basic and quick sorting. For those who prefer the old approach, it’s just a one-time switch at the bottom of the menu and doesn’t affect anything else.

This simple toolbar is currently available on Gmail’s web interface and is not visible in all accounts checked.

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