As it was recently known, Google shuts down the popular Inbox service on 2 April. This means that you have about a week to choose another service if you have not already done so.
Here are some interesting ones alternatives:
Google reports that it has transferred several features and features of Inbox to gmailsuch as postponement, smart responses, and more. However, it has not transferred some important features, such as general sorting and fast archiving of many messages.
However, Gmail will continue to receive frequent updates and new features, so it's a good option to replace Inbox. In addition, many of you were certainly using it before Inbox, so you will not have difficulty learning it. You will get used to it again quickly.
Google has created one guide to help users in the transition.
Another option is Outlook Microsoft. Outlook allows you to link all your email accounts, including Google accounts. It also has a calendar and splits your inbox emails into "Focused" and "Others". This separation allows for better management of e-mail you.
It still has many features, such as quick answers, file management, scheduling and more.
Outlook is available for free and has applications as well as browser support.
A third choice is Edison Mail. It has several features, such as postponement, categories for email types, appeal button, trip notifications, blocking capabilities, and more.
Edison is also free and is a great choice as it features features and features that most applications and services have.
Edison, however, has only Android and iOS apps, so if you want it for a computer you have to use something else.
Newton Mail belongs to Essential. Essential had shut down for a while, but it brought it back. However, unlike Edison Mail, in Newton Mail you will have to pay a subscription (49,99 dollars a year).
Newton has many features such as postponement, reading receipts, return to old conversations, and more. It also supports Android, Mac, Windows and iOS, and offers connectivity with applications such as Trello, Todoist and Asana.
However, the price can cause many people not to choose it.
Although Spark is currently available on iOS and Poppy, information says that before the Inbox is over, it will also be available on Android. Spark is quite useful in classifying email.
It also has pins, reminders, quick answers, smart alerts, embedded calendar, and more.
Spark is also free. However, if a group uses it, there is a charge per user.