Gmail Rolled out with new features, It now lets you block specific email addresses with the click of a button. the feature is out today to Gmail on the Web, and will appear in the Android app in the next week.
Google has supported filters just like every other email provider out since Gmail first launched. the company announced a new feature that makes it very easy to instantly lets you block specific email addresses with the click of a button.
The block sender option does exactly puts the email address into a block list that tells Gmail, “Never show messages from this person again.” upcoming emails from blocked addresses go in the spam folder, and you can also unblock the sender from Gmail’s settings.
Another feature is making its way to Android. The Gmail app will soon let users easily unsubscribe from mailing lists. Just tap the option in the menu to have Google try to remove you from future irritation.
This feature had been only available in Gmail on the Web, but Google is now bringing it to Android app. users can now unsubscribe of mailing lists directly from the Gmail app. It is perfect for those newsletters you subscribed to a while back but don’t read anymore.
Both the features help you avoid unwanted emails in your Gmail inbox. The feature gap seems to close and widen back and forth between the two. Gmail is a free, advertising-supported email service provided by Google. Users may access Gmail as secure webmail, as well as via POP3 or IMAP4 protocols. In May 2014, Gmail became the first app on the Google Play Store to hit one billion installations on Android devices