Google has finally dealt with one of Gmail's most inspirational things by removing the drop-down menu by right-clicking it.
Source: B92, The Verge
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Adding new options will make this menu more useful as the new update becomes more and more used.
This is very simple. When you sign in to Gmail, right-click on one of the inbox messages to get a drop-down menu with a standard set of pot options: Reply, forward, label, move, jam, delay.
It can be said that these key combinations have always had room because they make much easier work.
The drop-down menu currently offers only three options (archiving, marking as unread, deleting).
Google claims that a single user of the new right-click option should close or immediately after February 22nd.