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Google is Killing Off Inbox by Gmail in March 2019

Google is Killing Off Inbox by Gmail in March 2019

Launched in 2014, Inbox by Gmail was introduced as an innovative new email app that lived alongside Gmail and served as an experimental platform for Google to try newer mailing features that could be incorporated in Gmail later. Compared to Gmail, Inbox is something of a dark horse and has often been regarded as a testing ground for features that later make their way into Gmail. Google was pretty adamant about the future of Inbox saying at that time that there's no reason users should be anxious, as the app is here to stay. "As a result, we're planning to focus exclusively on Gmail and say goodbye to Inbox". In the new Gmail, you'll find workflows that are similar to your favourite ones in Inbox.

Now that the big Gmail redesign has arrived, Google is shedding some dead weight by retiring Inbox. This added functionality pulled a good number of users away from Gmail as they added to the email experience without combining the usual headaches caused by using third-party email clients.

Google said it wants to focus exclusively on Gmail, which has recently adopted a number of Inbox's features like smart replies and snoozing emails. But as a user experience, as then senior VP Sundar Pichai explained in a blog post, Inbox was "designed to focus on what really matters". It's a service many of us use every single day. Just another case of Google killing off an app or service, Google giveth and Google taketh. It will be hard to change But Google has made a guide how you can transit from inbox to gmail. What do you think of this move?

Packers’ Aaron Rodgers injured, leaves games on cart
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck after admitting he suffered a second shoulder injury while snowboarding in Colorado. For Rodgers, this was special. "It was great knowing we got a W on the way as long as we took care of business", Perry said.

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I know quite a few Gmail users who switched to Inbox when it was released.


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