Gmail app comes with a set of pretty awesome features so you can adjust them the way you want. When you dive into Settings, you may find a variety of things that you can set to match your preferences. When sending emails, deleting them, etc. you do not have to confirm the action. But, if you want, you can enable such options. If you do, you’ll be asked to confirm the action so it can be performed. This can be useful for those who are sending a lot of emails daily – these features can make sure you don’t make moves by mistake. Let’s see how to manage action confirmations in Gmail app.
How to manage action confirmations in Gmail app
If you often send an email by mistake or delete some of the emails in your inbox by mistake, it would be wise to enable action confirmations. When you do that, you will be asked if you want to delete an email, or if you want to send it, etc. Here is how to do that:
- Open Gmail on your smartphone or tablet
- Next, tap on the hamburger icon (three horizontal lines) in the top-left corner of the app
- Scroll all the way down and tap Settings
- Next, tap General
- Again, scroll all the way down and you will see “Action confirmation” section
- You can enable action confirmation for certain things
- You can choose to confirm before deleting, before archiving, or before sending an email
- Tick the ones you want
When you enable these options, you will have to confirm the actions so they can be performed. For instance, if you enable “Confirm before deleting” when you decide to delete an email and tap on the trashcan, the email won’t be deleted automatically.
You will have to confirm the action first.