Google has chose to shut down its "Inbox by Gmail" app by March next year.
Since its launch, Google has used Inbox to launch a number of innovations for Gmail including Smart Reply, the ability to snooze emails until a later time and more.
Though Inbox featured some redundancy with Gmail, it's a shame to see it go. In the new experience, users can directly access actions on the emails within the Gmail inbox, snooze emails until a later time, send emails under a confidential mode, and more.
In a way, Inbox served as a testbed for future Gmail features. The company launched a new interface for Gmail this year which introduced several Inbox features. It's a service many of us use every single day.
The impact: This means that for those that use Inbox for their email, they'll need to look elsewhere to deal with email.
Nearly four years ago, Google introduced a new email client called Inbox. In it, Google walks customers through using some of their favorite features from Inbox in Gmail as well as discover new ones.
Google has published a support guide to help Inbox users make the transition back to Gmail.