On Thursday, Google revealed that it’s rolling out a feature called “email removal” to address a bug that can make Gmail’s email address display as invalid.
Gmail users will now have to click through a series of buttons to remove emails from their inboxes.
Google will automatically clear any messages that aren’t in their spam folder.
The feature will be available to users who have the Google Account extension, which can be used to create an email address and a Google account.
It also works with other email services, including Outlook and Outlook.com.
Google says the email removal feature will only work if the account holder has opted in to the email service, so users who don’t want to receive any spam messages may need to sign in to their Gmail account.
We’re not sure how many Gmail accounts are currently affected by the bug, but Google’s support team has confirmed it’s affecting about 4.7 million Gmail accounts, and said it’s working on a fix.