Gmail gives up invites system, launches new features

Search engine giant Google’s Inbox email app can now be accessed by anyone. The company has given up the invite system so that everyone can try their hands on it and can be downloaded anytime. Google has also rolled out a few new features and improvements that were based on the response that it received from the early testers of the apps.

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Many features have been added, but the most interesting feature is the ‘undo Send’ feature that can allow you to take back your email after you have hit the send button. The feature can be useful for those who have made a few mistakes in the mail or have sent it to the wrong person.

The users can now switch the swipe action from Archive to Delete for cleaning the inbox and can also add a custom signature to the app. The search engine is also preparing to launch another new feature known as the Trip Bundles. This feature classifies all the details and messages about the upcoming trip in to a single info card.

It is good to see that Google has finally introduced a few useful features. Another feature introduced is the Keep up app that will show up the inbox automatically. The inbox will also suggest to give a reminder is you receive a message asking you to do something.

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