Inbox by Gmail, on the other hand, won't be shutting down until March 2019. Google has announced the Inbox is going away in March of next year. This added functionality pulled a good number of users away from Gmail as they added to the email experience without combining the usual headaches caused by using third-party email clients. Inbox would categorize your emails into bundles with the same label.
To ease the pain, perhaps for itself as well as its users, Google created a user guide for asylum seekers who will be vacating Inbox for Gmail over the course of the next seven months.
Even the most recent features included in Gmail, such as "Snooze Emails", "Smart Reply", "Hover Actions", and Follow-ups (or nudges), were initially present only on Inbox by Gmail. After that, you're free to delete the Gmail Offline Chrome app and then continue forward using only Gmail for web.
A "lighter" version of Gmail, Inbox app has some features that are not available on Gmail.
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Today (very predictably, we would argue) Gmail product manager Matthew Izatt announced via a blog post that Google is sunsetting the more experimental Inbox app and bringing over things the company has learned to the main Gmail app. Recently, Google updated its Gmail app with some new features. With fewer unique features, Inbox doesn't have much reason to exist.
Now You: Are you affected by the termination of Google Inbox? At that time, any Gmail addresses that were tied to Inbox will revert to the standard Gmail experience, and the mobile app will stop working.
When I reviewed Inbox back in 2014 I quickly realized that the service was not something that I wanted to use. Instead, Inbox was meant to provide Google with an active platform that would allow them to test new features in real-time.