Gmail offers clutter control for email inbox

Internet users send an estimated 60 billion emails every day around the world.

With so many messages coming and going, how do you prioritize your inbox and choose which ones really deserve your attention? Gmail product director Keith Coleman very clearly says, “It used to be people wanted to separate spam from not-spam, but now, the not-spam is of varying degrees of importance.”

For Gmail users, there is a new tool for managing your email – Priority Inbox helps you get through it faster by putting the most important mail at the top of your inbox. These messages will be determined by factors such as identity of the sender, key phrases in the message and whether the mail was sent to an individual or a large group.

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