A recent bug in Gmail resulted in some users accidentally deleting emails and reporting others as spam when applying those actions to other messages. Google says the bug cropped up in a software update on just a handful of platforms — its iOS app, on mobile browsers, and the offline version of Gmail — and did not affect all users. The company also says the issue has since been fixed, though it's unclear just how many users experienced the issue and how many messages were impacted. In a notice (pictured above), the company urged users to take a second-look at their spam and trash folders to see if any messages sent between January 12th to the 21st were miscategorized.
Only on some platforms