The app bundles togeether similar emails by category, which is especially helpful for travel, purchases, and updates you’d rather delete all at once.
Inbox uses Google’s machine learning capabilities in several ways.
Gmail is the lifeblood that drives the Android experience.
All the data that flows through your inbox powers Google Now recommendations, fills up your calendar, and even tells Google Play what apps you you’re probably into.
Though it's sometimes best to keep accounts separate for security reasons (i.e., your work doesn't want you forwarding work mail off their servers), for convenience nothing beats checking only one mailbox. Hopefully if you have multiple gmail accounts, you're already aware that on both mobile and web clients, Gmail allows multiple gmail accounts to be signed in at once- a handy time saving tool.
If you want to create multiple @or @email addresses and combine them into one email inbox, you can use Outlook.com’s email aliases feature, which we covered in our list of tips and tricks for
Since you probably have at least one Gmail account (Android is essentially useless without one) it’s worth checking out Google’s smart rethink of how email works with Inbox.
We’ve covered a lot of the tricks behind Inbox before, but if you’ve yet to explore it prepare to adjust your workflow from your usual email tendencies, as Inbox is designed to be part of a larger get-things-done system.
It's important to note that it sends both email addresses in the header, which can be visible to some clients- so don't send work emails from a personal account.
Gmail has a few sorting systems: Labels, categories, importance, archiving and stars.