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Lorna Garey
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10/23/2014 | 5:37:52 PM
Re: Nice feature review
Agreed, nice wrapup. Google is certainly right that email is broken. Whether this is the right answer, I guess we'll see, but kudos to them for giving it a shot.
Technocrati
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10/23/2014 | 3:34:02 PM
GMail by Any Other Name .....

Thanks Kristin for letting us know that Google has a new Inbox in the works.  Little disappointed I have not received the private invitation but I guess it got lost in a switch somewhere.  : )    

I am looking forward to a better way to manage all of the email we get now ( I am a google email user ) and I hope this is it.  

 

Though to be honest, I am not looking forward to the learning curve that seems to be part and parcel of recent email upgrades at Google - I am still trying to make the Calendar work for me !   

Anyhow, it will be nice to have the option at least.

Michael Endler
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10/23/2014 | 3:22:52 PM
Ongoing thoughts
I'll be curious to see what you think once you've spent a bit more time with the app, Kristin. This is a great overview of the features, and should help some users to more easily tackle the learning curve.
Charlie Babcock
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10/23/2014 | 2:16:42 PM
Nice feature review
This is a very useful review of Google Inbox features. It sounds like a great alternative to the hodge-podge nature of regular mail.
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