The updated snooze feature now lets you postpone mail delivery until weekend.
BEACON TRANSCRIPT – Are you fresh out of ideas about what to use in order to prevent emails from piling up in your inbox? Then you should definitely try Inbox by Gmail, one of Google’s newest services offered free of charge. And it would be a good time to download it since Google decided, no long ago to make a few changes to the app. Google updates the Inbox snooze feature, which lets the user decide when to take care of the emails.
This is indeed good news, especially for people who receive tons of emails each day. It would be great to have some sort of application which we can use in order to schedule the mail delivery system. Well, it would seem that our wildest dreams became a reality in the form of Inbox by Gmail.
Google’s Inbox is a nifty tool that can help save a lot of time and energy, for that matter. How does it work? Let’s say that you only want to receive emails from a person or from your job at a specific time of the day, like in the morning or later in the evening. Google’s Inbox by Gmail lets you do that.
Use the program in order to work out your personal timetable when it comes to receiving emails. For example, you use the Snooze option in order to tell Gmail to show junk mail by night and important emails in the morning.
That way, you will make sure that everything you would receive in the morning will be of the utmost importance. And it’s a great way of keeping your Inbox neat and tidy. It’s much easier to read, select and delete all the junk mail because you are aware of the fact that most of these emails arrive in the evening.
There are other functions as well. For example, thanks to the new update rolled out by Google, the user can now postpone mail delivery until the weekend. And to top it all up, each and every user is now able to define their weekend.
For instance, there are people who would rather work during Saturday and Sunday, in order to relax during the week. Inbox’s previous version would not allow the users to define their working and off hours, forcing the user to create a custom Snooze function.
Google updates the Inbox Snooze feature in order to give users more autonomy. Well, it’s great to know that you can now use an email service that doesn’t pile up your emails. Presently, the Inbox by Gmail app is only available for Android handsets, but the tech company promised that an iOS version is sure to follow.