Google Inbox Is Finally Here For Google Apps Users

by | Feb 26, 2015

I saw this on while scrolling through Twitter and, well, decided to did more.


Google’s Inbox for Gmail shows email as a task manager, with controls for adding reminders to messages or snoozing them for later. Google has announced that Inbox will be coming to the companies that use Google Apps–but first for a small group of customers to see how it goes.


If you’d like your organization to get Inbox for work, your Google Apps administrator can email to request early access. Inbox is ideal for companies that can answer these three questions with a yes, according to Google:

  • Do you want to use Inbox as your primary email at work?
  • Are employees at your company heavy mobile users?
  • Most importantly, do you want to partner with Google on user studies to help build the new work Inbox?

So get to emailing – if you want, that is.

Odunayo Eweniyi
Odunayo Eweniyi

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