So, let’s get right to it and take a look at some of the more meaningful changes that have arrived in Gboard 6.2.
Expanded editing functionality
Arguably the biggest new addition to comes in the form of the aforementioned editing buttons and cursor keys. They are both housed in a new panel that’s marked with an “I” symbol in Gboard’s toolbar, and can be accessed by tapping the “G” logo while typing.
The new panel contains four directional buttons for selecting text, a convenient “Select all” button, controls for jumping to the beginning/end of a line, as well as dedicated cut/copy/paste buttons.
More control over size and positioning for facilitating one-handed use
By long-pressing the Enter/search/emoji button at the bottom right corner of Gboard (depending on the situation), you can now access another feature, beside moving the keyboard left and right, that grants you more granular control over its size and position on the scree. It can be accessed from the third icon at the bottom left corner. While dragging the keyboard around, you can always reset its position by tapping the “Undo”, or you can apply the changes you’ve made by selecting the check mark.
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