Kellen swears by Inbox. He loves it. All those features like bundling, snoozing and link saving, he can’t get enough of it. For me, I enjoy the basic, “it just works” approach to Gmail. Why fix what isn’t broken, am I right?
Our question to you is, should you be using Google’s email service, which do you prefer? Inbox or Gmail? If you love Inbox, I would love to know why. If you prefer the antiquated feel of Gmail, let’s fist bump.
Let us know!
Because you probably read a whole bunch of email from your smartphone these days, Google wants to make sure those emails looks great, especially as you navigate from one screen size to the next. Starting this month, Gmail will begin supporting emails made with responsive design. (more…)
This week, Google is pushing the slightest of changes to their web and Android Gmail apps that should help inform you of potential risks ahead when accessing individual emails. Going forward, as emails flood into your inbox that can’t be authenticated by Google, they’ll replace the avatar of the sender with a big red question mark (see above). (more…)
Inbox by Gmail, the other email solution from Google that continues to see innovation and automation, is receiving an update today that makes it easier to stay on top of projects and Google Alerts, thanks to better organization from the first rollout of services integration. The update also brings Google Drive support, drag-and-drop of contacts between recipient boxes, and a delete button. (more…)
Google tells us that it is pushing an update to Google Keep today, the note-taking app that has slowly become a polished, semi-powerful option for those looking to keep track of ideas and lists. We are also seeing an Inbox update that appears to have an updated changelog on Google Play, if you can believe that. (more…)
According to Google, creating a meeting between multiple people is still in a pain in the rear. You have to double check everyone’s calendar to make sure they are free, and then sending the actual invites can be time consuming. With the new Find a Time feature in the Calendar app, scheduling a meeting that works with everyone’s schedule is made very simple, even if one party is in a different time zone.
Limited to those using Google Apps for Work and Google Apps for Education, as sharing schedules is the norm in some lines of work, Find a Time works to locate the best possible time for a meeting where everyone is free. If there is no free time, Calendar will look to see which conflicting meetings can most easily be rescheduled. (more…)
For all users of Gmail, Microsoft’s Exchange is now supported for dual delivery mail flow, meaning you will see both your Gmail and Exchange emails all in the same inbox. This makes the entire emailing process much more simplified for users of both services. (more…)
Google’s Inbox, my personal email app of choice, is getting three really cool new features today that continue to make it difficult for its users to ever look at another email app again. The new features involve better calendar event tracking, a way to preview newsletters you often click through, and a new “Save to Inbox” option for storing links (!) you find across the web.
In the calendar portion of this latest feature add, Google is letting Inbox gather emails from events together, sort of like they do with Trips, to let you see what has changed over the course of the event’s life. A simple tap on an event should then take you into the overview of happenings. (more…)