This feature is under development and is not yet widely available.
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Gmail, the email service from Google used by millions of users worldwide, is looking to enhance the experience for its users on Android devices.
In an upcoming update to the Gmail app for Android, a dedicated “Unsubscribe” button is being developed. This feature aims to simplify the process of unsubscribing from unwanted emails directly within the app.
While unsubscribing in the desktop version of Gmail is relatively straightforward, doing the same on an Android phone can be less intuitive. Currently, users have to look for the unsubscribe button, which can be an inconvenient task.
With the upcoming implementation of the “Unsubscribe” button, Google hopes to streamline the process and save users time by blocking unwanted messages and unsolicited subscriptions.
In the development version of the Gmail app for Android, the unsubscribe button will be located next to the sender’s information in each email. Tapping this button will perform the unsubscribe, providing a quicker and more direct solution for managing unwanted content.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the Spanish version.