Kunal Bhatia
Kunal BhatiaCo-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp

How do you reach inbox 0? 📧

This is the Mecca of digital zen. ☮️ I'm curious how you reach 0 unread emails. Any products or tips are appreciated!
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    Inbox by Google

    Next generation inbox

    Nikola Vejin
    Nikola VejinWeb Developer / WordPress Certified · Written
    Archive, Snooze, Remind... Lots of options to help you organize and easily reach inbox Zero.
    digital-lifeDevOps Freelance · Written
    Snooze is a good option, with labels and categories
    • I pretty much like all things Google, but Inbox just isn't for me. I much prefer good old fashioned Gmail on my iPhone. The way Inbox sorts my emails doesn't always make sense to me, and I suppose I'd rather sort it myself. There are definitely better email apps out there. I know because I've tried a bunch of them.

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    • I like & hate inbox for the same features.

      It´s the first time my Mailbox feels sorted and clean. That said Inbox dicards eamils as unimportant, doesn't show notifications for all emails and shows how much it knows about my friends, travel agrangements and so on.

      I do think a manual hosted version would be really great but I doubt we will see something soon.

      In the end its a Google Product which means no updates and in 2 years we get the next version of it. It lacks a lot of things you can't do with it. For instance multiple Accounts, S/MIME encryption and ways to highlight a lot more.

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    A simple, beautiful, and powerful email client for Mac

    Nick Abouzeid
    Nick Abouzeid37Only the hottest Twitter takes · Written
    I can't recommend Polymail enough - they have the same default features that most third party email advertise apps (archive, snooze, remind later, send later) with some incredible extras (multiple-recipient email tracking, contact cards, and one-click-unsubscribe). It's also beautifully designed!
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    • Chad Whitaker
      Chad WhitakerProduct Designer at AngelList ✌️

      Polymail picked up where Mailbox left us hanging. Implementing all the best features like "Read Later" scheduling and swipe actions — all housed in a clean design.

      Lately, I've noticed that Polymail is focusing more on biz dev and sales productivity with Polymail Pro. Understandable, with Sparrow and Mailbox being sold off and shut down. It's clear that email clients need to become profitable to survive. Unfortunately, I'm often pressured into features that I would never use via prompts and popups.

      I have used Polymail for a couple of years now. I still notice a few small bugs around rendering emails, and the Read Later queue can break down if you have several threads saved. Still hoping these issues will be fixed soon. 🙏

      Overall the app still functions great and is my daily email client.

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    • Kevin Lou
      Kevin LouFounder, Anytable 🍜

      I recently gave Polymail another try and it's indispensable now. Fast mailbox switching and read receipts are the killer features for me.

      Love Polymail for the Mac, but the iOS app doesn't do it for me. When I'm on my phone, Inbox is my go-to.

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    Clean Up Your Inbox Now.

    Daniel Sieradski
    Daniel SieradskiI'm going hunting. I'm the hunter. · Written
    this will allow you to bulk delete everything clogging up your inbox, even if you have years and years worth of emails to get rid of