Once you reconfigure your swipe action, it should work across the entirety of the Gmail app. There are different actions that you can set your swipe gestures to do, such as Archive, Delete, Mark as read/unread, Move to, Snooze, None.
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The feature should be available in the latest version. That finally changes today as Gmail now lets you customize what happens when you swipe left or right on an email, reported Android Police. Once you make your selection, you can go back to the conversation list and swipe to your heart's content.
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The update, rolling out in v8.5.20 of the Gmail app, now lets you tap on the "Swipe Actions" option in Settings which will give you options for both left and right Swipes.
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When you ask your co-workers to send you an email for a screenshot... This brings the Gmail app (on Android, at least) up to par with Gmail's web mail's ability to snooze your emails until later. Tweak this just the way you like it and you'll have a much easier time cleaning out your inbox.