An inbox that works for you

Inbox makes it easy to focus on your priorities by letting you add your own Reminders, from picking up the dry cleaning to giving your parents a call. No matter what you need to remember, your inbox becomes a centralized place to keep track of the things you need to get back to.

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Stop Email Overload

According to both Allen and Pozen, sweeping policies that effect a broad population of workers and dictate how and when they check email are not realistic, nor likely to be effective. “Why hamstring your employees with silly rules?,” says Allen. Plus policies like these don’t always stick. “It’s hard to come up with mechanical rules that work for everyone,” says Pozen.

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On Intention and Productivity

I am an emailer. I use my inbox (both of them actually!) as a to-do list. I flag emails, file emails, sometimes I drown in emails. Once per week I usually take my inbox and start at the bottom and go through every email to make sure I have not forgotten something (this takes about 2-3 hours). Yet sometimes things fall through the cracks

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Open Letter: A Better Experience for You

User conference — Our team is planning our first ever user conference. Everyone who uses Mail Pilot will be invited to register for our free online user conference which will take place after Mail Pilot 2 for iPhone and iPad ships. The Mail Pilot User Conference will be a 1-day event consisting of multiple webinars where we’ll share tips and tricks to get the most out of Mail Pilot, show you our roadmap for the future, and hold Q&A’s to get your questions answered by our core team members. We’re excited to spend some time with you during these webinars, and we’ll post more information about them as we get closer.

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Email is Broken and Cannot Be Fixed

Therefore, the only way to fix email is to develop a completely new protocol that does not have the inherent security flaws of SMTP. Like email, this new system must reliably deliver messages and attachments. However, unlike email, the system must be designed so that people you don’t want to read your messages and attachments can’t – whether the message is in transit or stored on an end device or mail servers.

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