Google Updates Priority Inbox In Gmail

Written by Alan Monday, 6 December 2010 09:00

Google has just announced an update to their popular Priority Inbox for Gmail.  Priority Inbox, if you don’t don’t, is the popular Google Feature that was rolled out a couple of months ago.  It allows you to set your Gmail Inbox to automatically prioritize your incoming email.  It learns from the email you read first, reply to first, etc.

Email is great, except when there’s too much of it. Priority Inbox automatically identifies your important email and separates it out from everything else, so you can focus on what really matters.

The update will include a feature that alows users to hover their mouse pointer over the Importance Marker and see an explanation of why Google considers the message important.

They also claim to have made the feature faster and more responsive so that it will learn faster from your manual corrections.

If you haven’t enabled Priority Inbox yet, then head over to the Settings while your logged into Gmail and you will see the Priority Inbox Enable and Disable section.

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