Inbox eventually opened up to the public in 2015, steadily picking up experimental, new features like gathering emails from an event, newsletter previewing, and an unsubscribe card which would appear when you didn't click on emails for a while.
Google has chose to shut down its "Inbox by Gmail" app by March next year. Some of the best features in the new Gmail were in Inbox first, including smart replies, snoozing emails for later, and priority notifications. This update brought more of Inbox's features to Gmail, adding to those that had already made their way across.
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Background: About four years ago, to the day, the Gmail team announced Inbox. Numerous features we know and love from Inbox were brought into Gmail proper when they launched a much needed re-design back in April this year.
The closure of Inbox was hinted at when Google rolled out the new Gmail to users earlier in the year.
Launched back in 2014, Inbox by Gmail was initially invite-only and sought to compete with innovative email apps like Boxer and the now-defunct Mailbox. This included better sorting for email, as well as the ability to snooze emails to come back to your inbox tomorrow, next week or even a few months from now. Fortunately, because Inbox requires a Gmail account to use, all the messages in their Inbox account are also still on Gmail. Are you going to start using Gmail again or move over to another email client?