Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Gmail Priority Inbox - Solution for Overloaded Mailbox Issues

This is 300th Post of the blog so thought of dedicating it to World's E-Giant "Google".  Within no time, Gmail has been the most popular email client on the planet and they are back rolling another milestone under their belt, "Gmail Priority Inbox". "Gmail Priority Inbox  works on adaptive algorithm". The idea behind this concept is to filter the emails that are most important to you from the general inbox you receive and to place them into some other window where the views are much clear.

The beauty of the concept is the simplicity. The setup would take less than a minute with just an activation step and you are good to go with priority inbox. 
The system uses many criteria's to decide whether, which messages are most important. Some of the criteria's include, How frequently you open and/or respond to messages from a given sender, how often you read messages that contains keywords etc.

One of the most important feature is that if you come across a message that has been marked important that shouldn't have been, you can hit an arrow a message. On the other hand,if a message that shouldn't have been flagged gets sent to the "Everything Else" area, you can promote it. Gmail gets progressively smarter..LOL :-)

This feature would be available to users within a week's time and can be activated going to "Settings" tab of the Gmail options.


5 comments:

Hemanth Potluri said...

congrats on the 300th post and yes google sure has enabled an awesome feature on my way trying it out :)..

urs..hemu..

Hemanth Potluri said...

congrats on the 300th post and yes google sure has enabled an awesome feature on my way trying it out :)..

urs..hemu..

prajyot said...

@ Hemu

Thank you for the wishes and yeah, gmail has so improved on it's features.

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