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I let Gmail run in the background, and it gives me some nice browser notifications for every received message. Clicking these opens the message in a new popup window.

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I know I can trash or archive these conversations with the keyboard shortcuts, but there seems to be no way to label them.

Is there any? Maybe through userscripts, extensions?

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What notifier are you using? From the screenshot, I have to ask, have you tried the drop down? – Tremaine Apr 28 '12 at 21:53
What do you mean by "notifier"? The drop down only allows to reply, forward, print, report fishing, etc. – no labeling. – slhck Apr 28 '12 at 21:59

No, unfortunately that’s not possible at the moment, not even through the keyboard shortcuts. That’s one feature I’d very much like, since the Chrome notifier is really handy.

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