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  2. Inbox by Gmail - Wikipedia

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    Inbox by Gmail scans the user's incoming Gmail messages for information. It gathers email messages related to the same overall topic to an organized bundle with a title describing the bundle's content. For example, flight tickets, car rentals, and hotel reservations are grouped to "Travel", giving the user an easier overview of emails.

  3. Gmail - Wikipedia

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    Inbox by Gmail, another app from the Gmail team, was also available for iOS and Android devices. It was discontinued in April 2019. It was discontinued in April 2019. Third-party programs can be used to access Gmail, using the POP or IMAP protocols. [57]

  4. Gmail interface - Wikipedia

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    Filters are created using the Advanced Search interface using the same criteria as those used for searching. Gmail can perform any combination of the following actions upon an email that meets all the specified criteria in a filter: archiving (i.e. removing the message from the Inbox) adding a star; marking as read; marking as important ...

  5. List of Facebook features - Wikipedia

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    All messages were contained within single threads in a unified inbox. The email service was terminated in February 2014 because of low uptake. FBML. Facebook Markup Language (FBML) was considered to be Facebook's own version of HTML. While many of the tags of HTML can be used in FBML, there were also important tags that could not be used such ...

  6. Google Dashboard - Wikipedia

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    In computing, Google Dashboard lets users of the Internet view and manage personal data collected about them by Google.With an account, Google Dashboard allows users to have a summary view of their Google+, Google location history, Google web history, Google Play apps, YouTube and more.

  7. Any.do - Wikipedia

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    Any.do is a free app that introduced a premium subscription model in 2014 Over the years, Any.do announced several integrations with Amazon Alexa, Slack, Google Assistant, Siri, Gmail, Zapier and WhatsApp. Core features. To-do list / Task management: Create, edit, delete tasks and lists

  8. Google Voice - Wikipedia

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    When Google Voice was offered during beta testing, Gmail Labs offered an add-on so users could listen to voicemail messages in their Gmail inbox. Since August 26, 2010, U.S. Gmail users may place calls to the U.S., Canada, and international destinations from within Gmail.

  9. Google Now - Wikipedia

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    Google Now displays cards with information pulled from the user's Gmail account, such as flight information, package tracking information, hotel reservations and restaurant reservations (as long as the Gmail account is not a Google Workspace account). Other additions were movies, concert, stock, and news cards based on the users' location and ...