Google is shutting down the Inbox app

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One Inbox feature that I use extensively - grouped emails - isn't yet in Gmail and there is no word as to when, or if, it will be coming to Gmail.

The experimental project was launched in 2014 and was initially an invite-only feature, before it opened up to the public a year later. "We have incorporated numerous features that you like in the Inbox, and also more modern such as Smart Compose, which allows you to quickly create drafts of letters", - said in Google. In that announcement, the internet giant also said the Gmail Offline Chrome app would stop working at some point and recommended that users remove it and install the new offline functionality for the Gmail app instead.

And the Inbox service will be phased out in the next six months with the official date for its closure announced as the end of March 2019. Features like snoozing and bundling sparked a rush for the app, but things did not actually moved along the fast lane as Google expected.

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Users who are using inbox for years will be very upset.

Google has finally made a decision to kill its "Inbox by Gmail" application by March next year.

Google has published a support guide to help Inbox users make the transition back to Gmail. All of your correspondence already waiting for you in Gmail.

Since its debut, Inbox has served as a testing-ground for aspects admire "natty replies", which implies to of us transient replies they are able to send to others when responding to emails containing determined questions, that contain since been incorporated into Gmail. "It was conceived with mobile devices in mind and ditched a decade's worth of Gmail cruft in favor of tools focused on email efficiency". "See you there", says the blog post.

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