Google Inbox – Get Rid of the Mess in your Inbox
There is nothing as annoying as having a work inbox that is always filled with emails from all sorts of places that do not relate to work whatsoever.
This goes the same for personal inboxes. Gmail realized this, and this is why they brought in or decided to change the face of their inbox to suit all users no matter their needs. This is why the new Google Inbox was introduced.
Today, the life of so many individuals revolves around the internet and with Gmail being one of the most popular email clients in the world today, it is only normal that users know how to get rid of unwanted mess with this email client and have fun using them.
Getting Rid of Unwanted Emails is Easy
With Google emails recent updates, users can get rid of the clutter or mess in their emails and make sure unwanted emails do not come through. Google has made this possible with tabs like Primary, Social, and Promotions. This means, with other tabs taking their equal share of emails, the Primary Inbox will be less cluttered with unwanted emails. This makes sifting through very easy and exciting.
You can modify the emails you want in a specific tab so that you know where to go for specific emails when you need them. Also, emails can be swiped in bundles as ‘done’ or even sent to ‘trash’. This is one of the unique features Gmail comes with.
You can go as far as creating reminders with your inbox. For instance, if you need to be in a meeting on a specific date and at a specific time, you can create the reminder and you will be reminded on the day of the meeting or even event.
The level of safety that comes with this email client is very high. This is one of the reasons why you need to check out these new features and know how you can use them for your very own good. You can send some emails to archive and benefit from them in a whole unique way. Archived emails can be read again when needed because they are not deleted. All you need to do is to get used to this new email system, and you will have fun receiving emails from your loved ones, business colleagues, and friends.