Google Inbox is getting smarter. The service, a subset of Gmail, gained a new feature that suggests when to resurface important Snoozed messages. It's the latest in a series of improvements Google's made to its email service.
Google's applying the power of its artificial intelligence to Gmail, the company has announced. It'll use machine learning to sort spam smartly, taking care to respect individual preferences for catalogs and newsletters.
This week, we recall our worst "reply all" mistakes in light of Gmail's new unsend feature, discuss the merits of "Taylor Truthers," whether Apple music can dethrone Spotify, and Lexus' new hoverboard.
Gmail added a handy feature known as "Undo Send" six years ago, and for many it has been a life-saver. The only problem was that it was hidden away in the Labs section of Gmail's settings. Now that is finally about to change.
More of a big picture guy? Google Now will be that personal assistant you've always needed. We'll give you the rundown on how to set reminders on Google Now that make it easy to remember where you need to be and when.
Chances are, you likely get more emails than you know what to do with. Check out our guide on how to add and remove tabs in Gmail — as well as implement labels — so you can better organize and sort messages with ease.
Google has a new kind of email app called Inbox. Previously only for certain phones and the Chrome browser, it's now available for iOS and Android tablets, plus other web browsers. The app makes organizing your email a breeze, but has a few quirks.
Everyone needs a vacation, but unfortunately, it's harder to unplug now than ever before. Check out our guide on how to turn on Gmail's auto-replying vacation reminder, so you can spend less time rummaging through your inbox and more time enjoying yourself.
Want to jazz up your favorite online email client? Check out our guide on how change your Gmail inbox theme, endowing your messages with rolling shots of the country or one of many user-submitted photos.