Gmail Introduces Priority Inbox

Google has always been filtering spam with over 99 percent accuracy but sometimes we get too many emails which aren’t spam but unimportant. If I were to name some of my emails unimportant, Facebook notification emails would go into that. I don’t want to see them along with most of my other important emails. But then I don’t want to turn them off either, since I need to read Facebook messages straight from my email inbox.

To help with this situation, Google has today announced priority inbox. Watch the video below to know how it works

Priority Inbox splits your inbox into three sections: “Important and unread,” “Starred” and “Everything else”:

Gmail then categorizes emails as important or unimportant. It takes a variety of factors into consideration before it does that. Frequency of emails to a certain contact for example.

Priority inbox will be rolled in one week.

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