Inbox By Gmail
Inbox by Gmail was an email service released on May 28, 2015, and shut down on April 2, 2019. It was designed to improve your email productivity and organization.
Inbox by Gmail scans your incoming emails and gathered emails on the same topic together. It also highlights the main details and important information in your emails such as photos, documents, event information, and many more.
Inbox by Gmail
Everyone can send you an email if they know your email address wherever they are. It's free and easy. However, it also means you may get a lot more emails than you expected, and important ones may get lost in a pile of hundreds of messages. So, Inbox by Gmail is made to help you pay attention to the most important messages and save time. The new Inbox by Gmail is a big step forward in managing emails. Anyone can use Inbox, and you don't need an invite.
Stay automatically organized: Inbox bundles group together similar types of emails. For example, with Finance bundles, all of your receipts or bank statements are put together in one place so you can quickly look at them and then delete them. You can also change how Inbox works by choosing which emails you want to see together.
Inbox knows what is important information in your message, and it highlights the key information for you, even when it's from the web that wasn't in the original email.
Reminders, Assists, and Snooze: your to-do’s on your own terms
Inbox integrates Reminders and Snooze, etc for better mail and work management. Your inbox becomes a place where you can keep track of all the information you need to track down.
More control with Undo Send, Swipe to Delete, and Signatures
With Inbox, you can stop sending an email right after you send it, just like you can with "undo send" in Gmail lab, in case you made a mistake or changed your mind.
You can make "Delete" the default swipe action if you'd rather get rid of messages. Or, if you want to make your outgoing messages more personal, you can now add a signature.
You can use Inbox by Gmail on the web and with apps for Android and iOS.
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