How to Quickly Check Mails on Gmail.
Gmail has a feature called the Reading Bar that makes it easy to check your email. Once turned on, it splits the screen into two halves: one half of the screen shows you a list of emails, and the other half shows the contents of the email. This eliminates the need to go back every time to just open a new email. You can select the panel to the right or just below the email. But this feature is disabled by default. This is how you can enable the reading page in Gmail.
Enable Gmail’s Reading Pane
This option used to be called Preview Pane and you can activate it in Settings Advanced, scroll down and turn on the Preview Pane. But recently, Google moved this feature from advanced to quick settings.
To enable, go to Gmail. This option is only available in the web version of Gmail, so you can only enable it over the web. Click the gear icon and you will see a menu.
Just scroll down the menu and under the Reading Pane option you will find two options – Right of Index and Below Index. For example, if you click the Vertical Split button, it will place the Reading Pane to the right of the email, and if you click it again, the Preview Pane will disappear and you will return to the original Gmail view. The same is true if you are using horizontal mode.
You can select “To the Right of the Index” to place the reading pane on the right.
Or you can select “Below the Index” to place it below the list.
If these parameters are not available to you. You can click or tap the gear button in the upper right corner of Gmail View all settings In the Inbox section, you can find the Reading Pane option. Turn it on and save your changes.
Once you’ve turned it on, you can turn this new split bar mode button on and off at any time under the profile icon in Gmail.
Among both options, the right from the Inbox is my personal favorite, as we can get the job done faster as it not only separates but also provides ample room to hold the message. So what do you like the most? Let me know in the comments below.