Three new features in Gmail’s Inbox makes tracking events, reading newsletters and saving links easier which will help customers to keep track of things that matter and will make them feel more in control.
According to an article from TechSpot, the first of these new features is that Inbox now groups all the received messages together from a single event. There will be a comprehensive overview of any e-mails that are linked to a calendar event, with the any messages that are related, letting clients to see messages easily without having to rummage their whole inbox.
The second one will let users to see previews of newsletters and click through the articles that interest them the most. Once the user has read a newsletter, Inbox will minimize it to save screen space. The third and final feature is that the Inbox has introduced a save links feature aimed at people who e-mail links to themselves so users can read them later.