Gmail’s Priority Inbox provides email users with a way to distinguish important emails from those detailing the cheapest rates for a rhinoplasty in the tri-state area. The email service automatically marks emails it judges important with a yellow tab based on which emails the user chooses to read and respond to.
Gmail has said that the Priority Inbox feature is the biggest single improvement to their system since the introduction of that bane of Internet marketers, the spam folder.
The feature is designed to improve with use. One can correct Gmail when it confuses your aunt’s pictures of Prague with an ad from a cheap airline provider. The press of a button reinstates the mislabeled email. Google has said that the average Priority Inbox user reads 43 percent more important mail compared to unimportant, and spends 15 percent less time reading email overall as compared to Gmail users who do not use Priority Inbox.
And the promotional video features some swingin’ tunes.
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