These options include the ability to change the density of text, select from different inbox types and add reading panes and options to theme your inbox.
They are not new features, but before had been buried in Gmail’s settings.
From the new Quick Settings menu, Gmail will pop up these various options on the right side of the inbox for easier access.
The Quick Settings menu doesn’t disrupt access to Gmail’s full settings screen — that’s still available upon an extra click on the “See all settings” button at the top of the new Quick Settings menu.
The company didn’t say when personal Gmail users would get the update, but they should soon.

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