Google updates its Gmail app to allow some actions to be undone
Once you take one of the four actions, a yellow bar appears that shows the last thing you did and allows you to undo it. Even if you move to another Gmail screen, the yellow bar stays with you. And if time runs out on the window to undo your action, there are other ways to make a correction.
The "undo" feature is available on devices running Android or iOS except those tablets with the two panel Gmail user interface. BlackBerry users with a smartphone running OS 6.0 can also find this update available.
source: GoogleMobileBlog via IntoMobile
1. BobbyTaba posted on 20 Apr 2011, 01:35 1 0
I have had this on my droid incredible ever since last summer
3. Knicknevin posted on 20 Apr 2011, 07:50 0 0
Can we get the ability to create labels yet....
4. DontHateOnS60 posted on 20 Apr 2011, 08:05 1 0
How about multitouch? My N8 has pinch zoom in the email client and yet the Gmail app on my Captivate doesn't. Wtf?
5. Sniggly posted on 20 Apr 2011, 10:13 0 0
Maybe because the screen is large enough and the text big enough that it's unnecessary?
6. mikeypopps posted on 20 Apr 2011, 10:36 0 0
Actually you can't see html image emails in one view. You have to pan around them its really ridiculous. There isnt even a zoom out button.
As far as the undo, I've had it since day one last year on my Captivate. It appears on the top of the screen after I delete or move or archive anything. I think just the "other ways to do the correction" are new.
7. Rate (unregistered) posted on 20 Apr 2011, 19:37 1 0
How about copy and paste? I find in INCREDIBLY annoying that you can't copy and paste from e-mails.
Though that might be in a newer version of Android, because I still have a Moment with 2.1 :/