Do you have several different email accounts set up in the Gmail app on your iOS device? Google is making it a little easier to view all your messages at once.
The web giant just announced a small but potentially handy update for its Gmail iOS app that lets you view emails from multiple accounts in a single inbox. That means you’ll no longer have to toggle between your inboxes to see your messages.
This feature was already available on the Gmail Android app, and now Google is bringing it to iOS as well. To try it out, just select the “All Inboxes” option from the left-hand side of the app.
“This will show all your emails in a single list, but don’t worry—no emails will be shared between your accounts,” Google wrote.
This could save you some time, as long as you don’t mind viewing your work and personal messages together. If you’re one of those people who can’t stand to have your peas and carrots touching on your dinner plate, you’ll probably hate this option.
Google is rolling this out now and said it should reach all users within 15 days, so if you don’t see it right away, just sit tight.
Meanwhile, Google recently added another helpful feature to Gmail for iOS that uses artificial intelligence to notify you about “high-priority” emails only. That feature can help ensure you see important emails in a timely manner without receiving tons of notifications you don’t care about.