iPhone users, Google is 'changing' your mailbox

| Oct 31, 2018, 12:09PM IST
iPhone users,  Google is 'changing' your mailbox
Tech giant Google has finally introduced unified inbox for multiple accounts in the Gmail iOS app. The feature is already available in Android Gmail app. Till now, iOS users were able to use more than one gmail accounts, but were needed to switch between accounts to access inbox.

The latest update is expected to be rolled out to all end users soon, in coming 15 or more days. After the update, iPhone users will just need to select ‘All Inboxes’ view from the left-hand side drawer. Once selected, all emails from different accounts will appear in a single list.


“You can view email from multiple accounts, be it your work or personal, G Suite or non-G Suite (even third-party IMAP accounts), in the Gmail iOS app. But you’ve traditionally needed to toggle between different inboxes to do so. To save you time, we’re now making it possible to view emails from multiple accounts in a single inbox on an iOS device—the same way you can with the Gmail Android app”, a Google blog says.


Further, Google says that the users need not worry as no email will be shared between accounts, either work or personal.


Recently, the search giant introduced several new features to the emailing platform. One of the newly rolled feature allows customers to check their Calendar, Notes, Task Lists and other G-Suite applications without leaving the tab. This is particularly helpful when you are composing an email and need to quickly check for some information. The introduction of ‘Compose Actions’ feature further saves time taken to switch between different tabs and makes it easy to attach a file from a third-party cloud storage platform.


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