Gmail users who have come across @AssembleDebug’s tweet may have noticed a new feature on the Android app. This feature allows users to select all emails with just a long press on one email. Once selected, a “Select all” button appears, allowing users to choose up to 50 emails at a time (as Gmail restricts the selection to 50 emails per page). Users can also navigate to the next page to select all remaining emails or cancel the selection using the “Deselect” button.
The introduction of the “Select all” button is a welcome addition for Gmail users, as it enables them to efficiently delete, archive, or mark multiple emails as read or unread all at once. This feature has been long-awaited by Gmail users, who previously only had access to it on the web version of Gmail.
Currently, it remains uncertain when Google will roll out the “Select all” feature to all users of the Gmail app on Android. However, this much-anticipated enhancement will undoubtedly streamline email management for Android users.
TLDR: Gmail for Android is introducing a “Select all” button, allowing users to easily manage multiple emails at once. This highly anticipated feature is expected to improve email management efficiency for Android users.