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Gmail has something new related to orders!



Last year Google added a very important function to Gmail. I’m talking about a system that tracks emails related to order delivery. Now it’s even better. All order-related messages in Gmail are now sent to the top of the mailbox. Needless to say, it comes at the usual time, as there tend to be a lot of them at Christmas!

Order tracking, which must be manually enabled in Gmail settings > your email address, can now place a message at the “top of your inbox if the delivery date changes.” This information will appear highlighted in brown/orange below the subject line.

After the product has arrived, the order tracking card that appears at the top of the message will indicate the store’s return policy. Google will “include a link to merchant return guidelines (when available) at the top of purchase-related emails in Gmail. However, return policies also reach Google Search in product listings and merchant links.

These updated capabilities arrive this month.

In fact, this is one of those things that is simple to use and very useful.

But there is more news.

Apparently, Google is planning to make it easier to unsubscribe from unwanted promotional emails.

This is done by adding a clearly visible “Unsubscribe” button next to the sender information. How does AssembleDebug TheSpAndroid noted, this feature is being worked on for the latest versions of Gmail on Android. This should make the process of unsubscribing from promotional emails that clog your inbox much quicker and simpler.

Gmail on your computer has had this feature since 2014. When it finds an unsubscribe link in a message, it places its own unsubscribe link at the top, next to the sender’s email address. Just click the “Unsubscribe” button and you’ll be free from unwanted promotional emails in no time.

However, on your phone, you will have to tap the three-dot menu to find the unsubscribe option. If the sender is kind enough to provide an easy way to unsubscribe, you will find the text “Unsubscribe” in the menu. Alternatively, you’ll have to embark on a treasure hunt, looking for the small and sometimes fake unsubscribe link that’s usually buried at the bottom of the email. However, either way, the process is not exactly simple.

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