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Turns out, the issue was not with google chrome, but actually with my Windows 10 setup. In Settings -> System -> Multitasking one has to set "Snap windows" to "On". This makes all windows draggable from a maximized state.


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You can hit the Print button when viewing an individual email (icon that looks like a printer, in the upper right). For me (Chrome browser), this brings up a simplified view of the email in a new tab, and a print dialog. Hitting Cancel on the print dialog leaves the tabbed view of the email, and this tab persists even when the main GMail tab is closed.


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I got it, I just solved the issue. You have to switch with the profile icon on the webpage itself instead of the button on the browser task bar (the icon next to the 3 dots icon).


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