How to use priorities with Gmail Inbox

How to use priorities with Gmail Inbox

Any reminder item in Inbox can have a priority assigned by inserting a “digit=” preceding the reminder text (ex: 1=text). Then a browser search ^F for “=” can be used to locate all reminders plus help from (Chrome browser) yellow bar highlighting on the right. Any item in inbox can have a reminder by clicking the pin button on the item subject line to enter the reminder. In this way Inbox can be used more efficiently with priorities.

Chances are you’ve already heard about Inbox by Gmail, the brand new email interface from Google. After using it exclusively for a week, we wanted to take a deep dive into the product and show you all there is to know.The biggest thing we took away from using Inbox was that it truly makes it easier than ever to keep up with the emails that really matter to you. While the tabbed interface of Gmail was a nice step forward in automatically sorting your emails, Inbox takes it even further with Bundles which can be customizable (unlike Gmail tabs).Inbox also makes managing your email even easier, with new features like Snooze, Reminders and Pinned messages. If you’ve recently been invited to check out Inbox, or you just want to learn more before you try it, you’ll definitely want to check out this comprehensive look at the biggest change to Google email since 2004.

Source: Comprehensive Guide to Inbox by Gmail | The Gooru

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