What is the best tool for achieving #inboxzero ?

Because managing emails has been a pain. (Clean up) consistency is the key I know :)
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    Inbox by Google

    Next generation inbox

    Kate53Head of Social @ GitHub Β· Written
    I love the UI of Inbox by Google and they make it so easy to achieve the fabled #inboxzero by offering "save for later" / "done" and then other classic options like folders or trash. Also, once you do hit Inbox Zero, you get a beautiful congratulatory message lauding your achievement! I'm all about the positive reinforcement 😍
    Mohit Mamoria
    Mohit MamoriaMaker and Storyteller Β· Written
    The way it shows your emails as todos makes it compelling enough to work your way to reach inbox zero.
    • Martijn Wismeijer
      Martijn WismeijerThey promised us free Bitcoin!

      I was one of the first users of inbox and use it every single day. It helps organize my mail in such a way that improves my productivity. The ability to add reminders is a real plus.

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    • Agustin Esperon
      Agustin EsperonCo-Founder & Head of UX/Design at Wideo

      It took me just 4 days to get used to it coming from traditional gmail desktop tool.

      But once I could manage the initial learn curve, it really improved my productivity specially with reminders, smart suggested answers and how it groups different kinds of emails automatically.

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    Spark for Mac

    Beautiful and intelligent email app

    Complete and very powerful
    • Alex Haff
      Alex HaffEntertainment // Media // Technology

      I've been using Spark since the very beginning. I was an original waitlist-starting user of Mailbox, and was excited to find spark almost immediately after Mailbox went extinct. This is the best email experience on every platform, and has a variety of productivity features that make it my go-to.

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    • Ever since Mailbox became a graveyard app, I have been looking for a worthy replacement – and Spark is as close as it gets! The UI is clean, combining dark and light colors which helps with using the app; the side menu being dark while the rest of the UI has a white background makes you focus on the important stuff (the mail list and the mail in focus)!

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    A simple, beautiful, and powerful email client for Mac

    Amrith Shanbhag
    Amrith Shanbhag6Community at Product Hunt & Feathrd Β· Written
    "Make email work for you"
    Chad Whitaker
    Chad Whitaker6Product Designer at AngelList ✌️ · Written
    I still miss Mailbox app to this day - R.I.P! Polymail has been a great replacement. The ability to reschedule messages is key for inbox zero and even for proper follow-up.
    • 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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    • 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 β€” 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. πŸ™

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

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    Unroll.Me for iOS

    Unsubscribe from emails with a single swipe

    Jack Dweck
    Jack Dweck20Product Manager at Unroll.Me Β· Written
    Jack Dweck made this product
    Unroll.Me is a solid complement to a lot of the email clients listed here (though I'm biased!)
    • Unroll is awesome - I’m getting so many subscribed emails and don’t have the time to say NO to those mailing lists. Unroll.Me iOS was installed and does it automatically for me, so healthy and efficient!

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    Organize your life. Then go enjoy it.

    Kyle Hess
    Kyle Hess5Fintech Product Manager Β· Written
    To stay at inbox zero, I either quickly respond, delete, or schedule the work. The first two you can do in any email app. To schedule the work, I use Todoist. You can easily forward emails into the service, or use the Outlook Plugin to make tasks on the spot. Leaves me with nothing in the inbox, and I don't forget things.
    • haabe
      haabeDeveloper @ Snopp DesignbyrΓ₯

      We were looking for a tool to replace Asana, and after initially testing Todoist, became certain it could be the tool for us. But sharing projects is a PITA. There's no easy way to let your team have access to all newly created projects. Also, the projects structure isn't shared, so sharing a new subproject causes havoc in the teammate's projects structure, and the teammate needs to manually configure the projects structure according to it's intended layout.

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    • The Todoist app is ruthlessly efficient in helping me capture my tasks no matter when or where I am. Bring collaborators into a project, or a task is a snap. When I'm creating a recurring task, and hopefully a positive habit, or when I am reflecting on my productivity, Todoist works.

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    Moo.do for Gmail

    Email with powerful task management

    Jason Crawford
    Jason CrawfordChopping wood, carrying water Β· Written
    Todo list + email inbox --> just drag emails onto your todo list. Couldn't be simpler