Gmail Launches: Priority Inbox

Once again Gmail leaps to the head of the class, miles ahead of the rest. Google has launched a feature called “Gmail Priority Inbox” that sorts important messages for you based on various factors, including but not limited to:
  1. Recurring keywords in emails you read
  2. Frequent email exchanges
  3. Your e-mail habits such as which emails you star, delete, archive and answer
You can also train the algorithm explicitly with the help of a +/- button. Based on this algorithm, Google then calculates a priority score for every email and will push the most important messages to the top of the list.

The new feature appears as a new menu item just above the “Inbox” link. Instead of indicating how many unread e-mails you have in your inbox, Priority Inbox only displays how many priority e-mails still require your attention. These appear at the top of Gmail as “Important and unread.”

Save time by using this feature and get your life back that you might have spent reading insignificant email.

What do you think of Priority Inbox? Let me know in the comments.

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