Gmail Priority Inbox Review
Hey guys, just wanted to take a few moments to let you know about a cool new feature for Gmail called – Priority Inbox. Gmail basically enables you to attend to the more pressing ones now and the others at a later point in time. This is done by dividing your into â€œpriority emailsâ€, â€œstarred emailsâ€ and â€œeverything else.â€
How to Enable Gmail Priority Inbox
Open up your Gmail and you just might find an invitation to use Priority Inbox. It will be in the top right, beside the settings button. Go ahead and click it if you want to use the new service; check out the screenshots below if youâ€™re not sure yet.
Enabling the service will refresh your Gmail session, bringing you to an inbox divided into three categories: Priority Inbox, Starred and Everything Else.
How to Configure
Youâ€™ll find a configuration page for the feature in â€œSettings,â€ once you add it. It looks like this:
The main fields on the priority page are completely configurable. You can remove the â€œStarredâ€ field, or replace it with emails from a particular tag. This could be useful if you manage more than one email address with your Gmail account, and want to keep the email in separate categories.
Personal Organization Tool
This is a great personal organization tool. The priority inbox feature hides stuff I donâ€™t need to be thinking about, allowing me to stick to only the stuff that matters (what that is I am still trying to figure out).
What do you all think about the Gmail priority inbox feature for? Or are you already using it? Feel free to chime in on this.