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Google has brought out a ‘block’ feature to its Gmail service which lets users relegate emails from specific people to junk mail hell. If only this was available back in my youth when those annoying “You’re going to die if you don’t forward this to 10 people” chain letter emails were doing the rounds.
Mac: You already make sure to back up your computer (right?) but what about your Google accounts? If something happened to it, you might not have time to get to Takeout to download your data before it’s too late. That’s where CloudPull comes in — it’s an automatic backup tool for your Google account.
Google polarised the Gmail crowd when it released Inbox. For some, it was confusing and unhelpful. For others like myself, however, Inbox is a breath of fresh air. Here’s how it’s changed my workflow, and why I think it’s worth giving it a shot.
One of Inbox by Gmail‘s best features (aside from a silly name) is the ability to “snooze” emails until later. Now that feature is getting better for emails that include a date or time, like restaurant reservations, flights, or hotel confirmations.
If you’re a fan of Google Inbox but sometimes mistakenly go to Gmail instead (whether through clicking on a Gmail link or bookmark), you can turn on a setting that will automatically redirect you to Inbox.