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Inbox by GMail: interesting approach!

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/11/14

Interesting, especially after experimenting with it for a few weeks. Most of it is great, still missing a few features (like multiple labels per message, and great keyboard shortcut support: now it’s very basic).

So read this that I got via Kristian Köhntopp:

Today, we release Inbox by Gmail – It’s been my main project since I joined Google. This ends the first chapter of a longer story!http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2014/10/an-inbox-that-works-for-you.html

and:

–jeroen

5 Responses to “Inbox by GMail: interesting approach!”

  1. […] designer should be able to focus on higher level issues. I was reading a post on http://www.wiert.me about Inbox by GMail and it made me think “OK… What does it do to help me accomplish my […]

  2. Rick said

    BTW… Your post inspired me to post about software design on my blog – VisualDelphi.wordpress.com

    • jpluimers said

      For me, there are two important things in Inbox that help me with my work flow:
      – group messages
      – combine agenda and mail in a big todo list

  3. […] designer should be able to focus on higher level issues. I was reading a post on http://www.wiert.me about Inbox by GMail and it made me think “OK… What does it do to help me accomplish my […]

  4. Rick said

    One thing I notice about the software world is that most are still focused on the “technology of things” instead of “accomplishing objectives”. In other words – What does “Inbox” help me accomplish?!

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