Boîte aux lettres est sur le point de mourir, et Google n’a pas encore apporté son meilleur featur…

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Boîte aux lettres est sur le point de mourir, et Google n’a pas encore apporté son meilleur featur… Boîte de réception

Inbox is about to die, and Google still hasn’t brought its best feature to Gmail

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est sur le point de mourir, et Google n’a pas encore apporté son meilleur long-métrage à Gmail

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  1. I’m dreading similar treatment in Google’s transition from Google Play Music to Youtube Music. They claimed that they’d port over all the functionality, but features have been added at a snail’s pace and something like a year later, YTM is still absolutely awful compared to GPM.

    Considering how different the use cases for the two apps are, I wouldn’t be surprised if they lost half of their userbase or more in the transition, unless some drastic changes are made.

  2. My favorite feature of Inbox was that it was a one-stop place for me for reminders. Got an email I need to follow up on? It’s right next to my reminder to stop at the grocery store on the way home, next to my reminder that some bill is due on Friday, right next to the reminder to check out this cool youtube video when I get home, next to the email with my movie tickets…etc.

    I use my email as a list of things I need to take care of. I used to email myself reminders all the time. Inbox was such a great experience because its interface was designed around the ways I use email. The UI was pleasant, and seeing the Sunshine background when I finished all of my emails and tasks was so nice and encouraging.

    I like to meme about dead google products like everyone else, but this is probably the first one that I was really emotionally attached to.

  3. First they came for Reader, and I did not speak out,

    because I do not read RSS feeds.

    Then they came for Picasa, and I did not speak out,

    because I use Lightroom.

    Then they cam for Google+, and I did not speak out,
    because no one uses Google+ anyway.

    Then they came for Inbox – and there were no users left to speakout.

  4. Gmail still doesn’t suggest quick additions to my calendar from dates in emails like inbox. Happened to me this morning and now I really miss Inbox.

  5. I never got to use Inbox as a daily driver so this doesn’t really cause any harm to me personally but, what was so great about this « bundles » thing that is it’s best feature? The article doesn’t really explain what it does only that it’s a pro feature to the client.



  6. The reminders will be greatly missed. One of the most understated things, especially if you’re a bit OCD, is the rush you would get when you cleared all your emails and the sun would come out. This is the first Google service I’ll truly miss and I wish there was something I could do about it.

  7. Whatever Google’s future plans may be, promises are about to become insufficient. As things stand, less than one week Inbox will be gone, workflows will be mangled, and functionality will be lost. In the meantime, we’ve reached out to Google for comment on when or if bundles will be coming to Gmail.

  8. Something not really being mentioned is UX and THAT is the reason I never use gmail. Inbox had a slightly colorful and light material design with separate blocking for dates, etc.. but gmail just looks like another bland email client. Inbox was so well designed UX wise, for me, that I began to use email instead of texts because I enjoyed the app experience so much

  9. My mail organization went to shits after switching to Gmail, wtf Google, just wtf. An email app should not have a learning curve that steep.

    Installed Inbox again and was able to sort it out in just a couple of minutes.

  10. I just don’t want any more ads from Google, that was the best thing about Inbox. I really wish Google would allow me to pay $2.95 a month or something so I don’t have to see them in my damn gmail inbox.

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