Google’s Inbox Now Open to All, Update Adds “Undo Send” Button and More

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Google’s Inbox is now open to everyone! That’s right, the task-oriented email application from the Gmail team is there for the taking without the need of an invite. And not only is it open to all, the Inbox crew tossed in a bunch of really great features, most importantly “Undo send.” 

With “Undo Send,” you have a brief moment after sending an email where you can say, “Undo! Whoops, I didn’t mean to send that!” The video below demonstrates exactly how this works, but the reason for its existence is pretty obvious.

Today’s update introduces Trip bundles, which take all of your emails about a trip and bundle them together while making the most important info available the second you open Inbox. It also (finally) includes swipe-to-delete, custom signatures, shows reminders in Inbox that you set in Google Keep, and suggests adding a reminder when someone sends you a to-do item.

It’s a big one. Go get it.

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Via:  Gmail Blog



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