Google unveiled a new email app for iOS, Android, and desktop Web browsers, named Inbox. It’s a more graphical, more organized email communication center that includes built-in snooze buttons, attachment previews, automatic labeling and filing, and intelligent search. For those of you who think of “Inbox Zero” as some far-off Xanadu, this may be the thing to tame the unwieldy beast that is your email account.
The basic idea is this: it’s still a Gmail app, but instead of giving you the traditional list of emails, it tries to intelligently give you more information so you don’t have to even open them. Google Now-style info cards appear right in line with your message list, including things like flight times, package tracking, and photos.
The funny thing about Inbox requiring an invite in order to get in is that it’s such a manufactured attempt at creating a sense of exclusivity around Google’s new product. By limiting access, Google is mimicking the path its buzzy email competitor Mailbox once took. Mailbox, now owned by Dropbox, famously established a “queue” users had to join before they were able to try the product everyone was talking about.
- Bundles are the categories of emails you get. In every bundle emails are organised in a better manner and we can create a bundle too. In a better way, it is how they are transformed to .
- Highlights provide previews to see important emails without opening them.
- Reminders – Making a to – do list and special thing is we can share it with friends even.
- Snooze – Muting Reminders
Starting today, we’re sending out the first round of invitations to give Inbox a try, and each new user will be able to invite their friends. If Inbox can’t arrive soon enough for you, you can email us at email@example.com to get an invitation as soon as more become available.
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But unlike those other apps, Inbox has a competitive advantage: it’s made by the Gmail team and can directly access Gmail without the IMAP hoops that other apps have to jump through.
Get Involved in Giveaway
If you have a friend who has the invite, ask him/her to forward you that email, as it seems to work that way. Evidently, just having an invite email in your inbox is required to get Inbox working, even if you were not actually invited. Inbox by Gmail requires an invite. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request one. Many people are searching and craving for invites on social media and on popular websites. So we are here with a giveaway offer of Google Inbox Invites.
Participate in the Giveaway and grab an invite for Inbox
Step 2: Comment your GMail Id, Facebook and Twitter shared links in the Comment section below.
Step 3: Recommend your friends to join the giveaway by tagging them in the Facebook post. The more recommendations, the more preference.
We will provide you the invites as many as can. Enjoy the giveaway and use Inbox.