The first change that you'll only notice if you head to General settings / Swipe actions is the addition of new gestures. However the good news for Gmail users on mobile is that in the latest update to the app, Google is finally allowing users to create customizable swipes.
Swiping on an email within the Android app has archived that message no matter what, which may have been the best possible option for some users. Available with the latest update version 8.5.20, it is now uncertain whether the feature has been available since the latest version's release date or is a server-side update.
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The update has been rolling for over a week on Gmail for Android but the option has not come to iOS as yet. For the most part you can't add a new action that didn't exist before, meaning that users will have to choose between actions such as Archive, Delete, Mark as read/unread, Move to, Snooze, or None. Once done, the actions will be applicable across the app.
The search-engine giant also introduced an "early adopter programme (EAP)" for its newly designed Gmail with features like Gmail offline and nudging earlier this month. Instead, it focuses merely on trivial changes like bug fixes and improvements.