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  # 2127468 15-Nov-2018 19:51
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Yeah just started getting a notice today in Inbox that it'd be retired in March 2019.

 

Made me realise the functionality that I like about Inbox (snooze, archive) is available in Gmail, except for creating reminders - for which I'll resort to creating calendar appointments.


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  # 2127546 15-Nov-2018 21:20
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Another vote for Outlook, but yes turn off the focused inbox option.  





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  # 2127558 15-Nov-2018 21:41
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I never got into Inbox, I get hundreds of emails a day to my G Suite Enterprise account (many are automated notifications etc), meaning Inbox would never sort my email well. 

 

I just use the Gmail Web client and Android App. I have maybe close to 100 filtering rules and use colour coded tagging religiously. Oh, and some of the labs add-ons too. The thought of going back to Outlook and folders is scary, but I can understand users who are new to Gmail or who haven't set automatic tagging or filtering rules would find the vanilla experience lacking for 2018.

 

 

 

 


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  # 2127587 15-Nov-2018 22:13
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scuwp:

 

Another vote for Outlook, but yes turn off the focused inbox option.  

 

 

First thing I always do when installing Outlook - turn off the focused inbox!


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I could never get myself to like Inbox. But Gmail works fine for me. On PC I use Thunderbird. Have been using it for a long time and it just works. On Android I use Gmail and AquaMail. 


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