By Michael Morse | September 14, 2010
Gmail has a brand new feature to help you stay better organized. It’s called priority inbox. Google has designed formulas that determine whether an email is important or not. They figure this out based on which emails you read and which emails you don’t read.
Gmail then automatically organizes your emails into separate folders. If you don’t like the preset folder options, you can customize it to your liking. If emails end up in the wrong folders, you can essentially train Gmail with two buttons so that it will adapt.
If you are constantly overwhelmed with all of the emails in your inbox, give this a try and let me know what you think!
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