Gmail Introducing “Select All” Button For Android Devices

Gmail is an official application of Google which brings the best of Gmail to the user’s Android smartphone or tablet with vast security, real-time notifications, multiple account support, and much more. Now, the brand is adding the convenient feature for which the users have been waiting so far, that is the “Select All” button to Gmail on Android.

The only drawback the users were experiencing on their Android smartphones was that they needed help to select all mail. Now, the brand offers the new “Select All” button to Gmail on Android, allowing users to select all their emails with a single tap. 

Now, with the latest update, whenever the users start selecting multiple emails at once, Gmail for Android will start showing a “Select All” button. Previously, the brand rolled out this feature on Gmail’s web application and is now finally making this new button available on Android devices. 

However, while tapping on the “Select All” button, it will automatically select an email in the user’s inbox, but noticeably up to 50 emails, similar to the web version. The brand rolled out this latest update, including a new “Select All” button with its identification build number, 2023.08.20.561750975. With this version, users can easily find the update for their app across both Pixel and Galaxy, Android 14 and Android 13. 

Moreover, this does seem to be a server-side change on an each-device basis, as is often the case and not directly tied to an application’s latest update. Also, the users can check the update for upgrading their app on the Play Store



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Aakash Gour

Aakash is the main editor of RM Update and coordinator of the news area. If it is important and urgent, Aakash has written about it. He is an expert in the Android and Google ecosystem. He has been writing about mobile phones and technology in RM Update since 2019, a time in which he has been debugging his analyses and especially product photography.

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