Gmail gets new tabs with smart filters

I don't know about you, but I have a long and sweet relationship with Gmail for many years. Since I got a sweaty (lie!) Invitation to the famous email service that gave users an amazing 1 GB of space. To anyone who was used to national services, this was absurdly incredible.

Over almost a decade of use, I have had the pleasure of following the evolution of the service that is now the most used in the world. Interfaces have been redone, enhancements added, services implemented (al, Google Buzz!). Of course, not everything pleased everyone, but Google kept on perfecting one of its most popular services. And today, the company announced another news.

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<p>From now on, users will have a new Inbox divided into four tabs, each with a focus. Their function is to separate, by means of an intelligent filtering system, all messages received by users and categorize them according to the subject. They are: Social, Promotions, Updates and Forums.</p>
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On the Social tab, Gmail will put all messages coming from social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Google+. At Promoes, every type of promotion email (d!) The service will find. In Update, messages sent by websites and services with announcements. On Forums, mailing lists, forums and groups.

If a message is categorized incorrectly by the smart filter, the user can move it to the new tab, and just as when reporting spam, Gmail learns from the user how to better organize their messages. If the user is not used to the new tabs, they can easily deactivate the news through the settings. Each time a new message arrives in the user's email, a colored warning appears next to the tab name.

It is noteworthy that smart filters do not interfere with the operation of filters manually created by users, who will always "send" in Gmail.

In particular, I've been using the new guides for a few weeks now, and I can't live without them anymore. It may be a little awkward at first, but once you get used to it, you don't want to give it up anymore. The accuracy of automatic filters is amazing. I had to move at most two or three messages from one tab to the other.

The news will be available to all users over the coming weeks. Google has also promised to update its Android and iOS apps, which will now show new tabs to users.

Via Google