Do you get a lot of e-mail? So much that it’s hard to keep up with what is important and what isn’t? Google has created a good tool for managing your overflowing inbox by predicting what is important to you based on what messages you read over time. If you delete a certain message over and over without reading it then it probably isn’t important. The software watches what messages the messages that you are most likely to read over time to figure out what is considered important to you. This feature does a great job of helping to sort your inbox so that you can immediately work on the really important stuff now and catch up on the less important stuff later. Here are a few links you can follow for more information:
- Read more about Priority Inbox..
- Watch this YouTube video that describes the service..
- Everything you want to know about Priority Inbox..
If this seems appealing to you then give it a shot. You will have two inbox links on the left hand side of the screen. One labeled Inbox and the other labeled Priority Inbox. If you click on the Inbox link you will see all of your messages sorted in chronological order. Clicking on the Priority Inbox link will re-sort your inbox by importance. You can move back and forth at will without losing any messages. If you are like me and you wind up loving Priority Inbox you can hide the regular Inbox label. If you have a high volume e-mail account then this is definitely for you.