Inbox gets two new Snooze options for email management

Inbox gets two new Snooze options for email management
One of the best features offered on Gmail's Inbox app is Snooze. Snoozing an email removes it from your inbox for a pre-selected period of time. This way, if someone borrows your phone, they won't be able to access it. It also allows you to focus on things that you need to do now, while briefly removing emails about future tasks from your inbox. Gmail has added two new options to Snooze that improve your ability to manage your emails using the Inbox app.

Now, you can have your email on snooze until "later this week." The second new Snooze option is "later this weekend." These two new options join the current choices of  "Later today," "Tomorrow," "Next week," and "Someday." If you don't want to be bothered by work related emails during the weekend, you can set Snooze to hide your emails until Monday morning. You can even arrange to have the emails return to your inbox when you walk into the office with the start of a new work week.

With the new Snooze UI, you can easily select specific times when you want your email to return to your inbox. If snoozing your email is a feature that would improve your business or your personal life, download the Inbox app by clicking on the sourcelink.

source: Inbox, Gmail via AndroidandMe


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