"As a result, we're planning to focus exclusively on Gmail and say goodbye to "Inbox" at the end of March 2019", Matthew Izatt, Product Manager at Gmail, wrote in a blog post late on Wednesday. Several features from Inbox have made their way to Gmail through updates, including "snoozing" an email for it to re-appear at a certain time, or the "Smart Compose" function that aids you in replying to emails in an efficient manner.
This year in April, Google released a major redesigned of Gmail that brings almost all features of Inbox.
Izatt said that Google now updated its Gmail app with a current carry out that involves about a of Inbox's aspects admire "Natty Fabricate", which implies sentences and phrases for of us to make exhaust of of their emails so that they exhaust much less time writing.
Google has stated its Inbox app has been put on a life support at the moment, with March 2019 as the tentative window when the app will finally be pushed into oblivion.
Google announced a major update for offline message access in the main Gmail app earlier this year. I was a huge fan of Inbox, and I switched back to Gmail this year because of all the features that had been dropped. While the company did not state the right date, Google launched an Assistance Overview with the objective that Inbox individuals can make the adjustment to Gmail and adjust to the original e-mail application. But fast-forward 30 years and with just the phone in your pocket, you can use email to contact virtually anyone in the world...from your best friend to the owner of that bagel shop you discovered last week.
For users, making a move from Inbox to the original Gmail app won't be a hard task.
Google has already added a new webpage detailing information on how to easily transition from using Inbox to Gmail. So they are focusing more on Gmail.
Google said that it is making the change so it can focus exclusively on Gmail. Inbox team will now work with Gmail team to bring more innovative features that they were thinking to add in Inbox.