Now that the big Gmail redesign has arrived, Google is shedding some dead weight by retiring Inbox. Fortunately, because Inbox requires a Gmail account to use, all the messages in their Inbox account are also still on Gmail. They're going to be bummed now. Inbox won't be shuttered immediately, with a transitional period until March 2019. After that, you're free to delete the Gmail Offline Chrome app and then continue forward using only Gmail for web.
For those who don't recall, Inbox was Google's answer to Mailbox, the original smart-email client that was acquired (and, eventually, nixed) by Dropbox. Like you can use Stars, custom labels, or use Gmail search if you used Pins in Inbox.
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Basu said the passports were genuine but the names were probably aliases, and appealed to the public to help identify the men. Moscow strongly denies involvement in the attack, and Russian officials said they did not recognise the suspects.
We introduced the new Gmail in April this year, incorporating numerous same features you've come to love about Inbox plus newer features like Smart Compose, which helps you draft emails faster. This update brought more of Inbox's features to Gmail, adding to those that had already made their way across. Some of them showed up in the most recent major Gmail upgrade, in fact. This merging of features led to uncertainty about the future of Inbox, and ultimately, to its demise. What do you think of this move? Featuring tight integration with other Google services, Inbox quickly garnered a group of passionate followers. Although, some of these are a stretch. Sure, Google suggests setting up Inbox tabs, but that's not the same thing.
The service - which came in the form of iOS and Android apps and its own website - funneled mails from your Gmail account to a different, slightly more gesture-driven interface with its own unique set of options. And I have six months to mull this over. But.