Ici se trouve Google Inbox, une remise en cause radicale de comment courriel devrait fonctionner d’ici

Ici se trouve Google Inbox, une remise en cause radicale de comment courriel devrait fonctionner d’ici

Here lies Google Inbox, a radical rethink of how email should work

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trouve Google Inbox, une remise en cause radicale de comment courriel devrait fonctionner


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  1. what this article gets at is Inbox had a real philosophical distinction from Gmail, in that your Inbox should only contain important things that need a response. The rest of your email should be easy to manage, hence the bundles and info cards + the handy sweep (archive all) button.

    It comes through in the language too. Instead of archiving an email you mark « done. » You don’t star, but « pin. »

    For people who could adapt, and those who already practice a kind of Inbox Zero, it was great. But a lot of people were never going to adapt.

    A shame Google just couldn’t leave a few developers to maintain it though.

  2. What I can’t seem to get is why nobody makes as clean and well designed an app as Inbox! It’s SO GOOD. I can’t use anything else for my email now! I’ll use the old apk for now but they’ll probably murder it without warning sooner or later 🙁 Also my gmail account looks like a nightmare now as it doesn’t seem to perfectly match what you did in inbox. Or maybe gmail just looks unbelievably cluttered like it’s 2004 all over again. This is such a sad day for email. I want my bundles back. It was perfect. And I don’t want god damn ads in my mail client, what the hell gmail.

  3. That second page lists exactly why I’ll miss Inbox so much. Gmail could port in bundles but it still won’t be anything near what Inbox is.

  4. 🙁 I’m really gonna miss Inbox. I really loved the way it categorized everything. I miss the multiple times people around me have believed I was on Facebook while checking my E-Mail. I really don’t want to go back to the dark days of using Gmail

  5. I want the true story of Inbox’s demise – what kind of internal Google politics led to this?

    Google has killed many products, I can’t recall anything else generating this kind of response (maybe Google Reader but even that was far more niche).

    Its a tale like Hangouts – revolutionary, fantastic products that someone within Google hates, thats the only explanation.

  6. How the fuck does Gmail not bundle purchases? Also why can’t you delete an entire bundle like promos with one click? It’s so damn annoying having to swipe away every single email.

  7. Now my emails are all unorganised. It’s like someone has come into my house and gone through all my neatly stored and labelled files and thrown them all around the room for no reason.

  8. Has anyone tried Spark? It just launched on Android today after being iOS exclusive. I was reading a different article this morning about Inbox dying and they mentioned it. I like it so far, but I’m not sure if it will fully replace all the bundling that Inbox did. I’m so sad about it too, since I exclusively used Inbox since its debut .

  9. I live in Brazil and never even heard of inbox, and now i think i’ve missed a great app. Google marketing is pretty shitty sometimes

  10. I downloaded inbox and used it a few times. not because I didn’t like it, but because this was a google product and I didn’t know how long it was going to last.

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