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THE FUTURE OF THE EMAIL TECHNOLOGY

Published on 22 April 13
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Eight years ago Gmail revolutionized the email industry with its great storage options, conversation threads and great search options. It seems that nothing really changed ever since. Nonetheless, 2013 has something to offer for email users who are looking for alternatives. There are still some flaws that email service providers could improve. Letâs have a look on the trends and innovation in the industry:

Efficient email clients

It is difficult to beat Gmail and its efficiency, but there are still better managing alternatives. If youâre bad at managing your inbox and emails, you would enjoy using Mailbox and MyMail apps. These programs offer you a great managing tool to organize your mail. You can separate all your emails into different categories and sections. It makes it easy to find anything you want.

Smarter emails

I donât know about you, but I want my email to differentiate between private emails, professional emails and letâs say Facebook, Twitter, eBay and other notifications. It should organize all the similar emails in one folder.


Email subscriptions can be a bit tricky on Gmail. I bet you already wondered how to unsubscribe from a certain mailing list. Youâve spent some time searching from âunsubscribeâ button and did not find any. So you just gave up and decided to simply delete subscription emails manually. Alternative email programs such as UnRoll.me and Auto Mail have already installed âunsubscribeâ feature. Many people cannot bother going through emails and searching for the right button, thatâs why they will love this feature.

Workflow management

Many people use emails for professional communication. You receive emails with tasks, deadlines, assignments and all other important information that is simply all stored in one place without any clear system or a to-do list. You may easily miss a deadline because your inbox is clogged.

I bet you want to know what you need to accomplish today or tomorrow and start your day from checking your schedule online. Such services as Dotmailapp.com, MailPilot.co and WeLoveMail.com will help you manage your emails in order to create a clear to-do list.

Attachment management

For people who used the same email account for years it becomes more and more difficult to find an old attachment that you forgot to download. It is pointless to save all the attachments on your desktop when they are already stored on your email account. If youâre using your email as a file system, you already know how difficult it is to go through old emails in order to find something really important.

Attachments.me and WeLoveMail offer you an alternative. You can preview all the attachments in one folder and decide what to keep and what to delete.

Social aspect

People are addicted to Facebook, Twitter and other social networking tools. You receive many notifications informing you that someone sent you a message or followed you on Twitter. Imagine how great it would be if you had a chance to respond to anyone and follow someone back without being redirected to Facebook and Twitter. Email providers, like Jangomail should work on their ability to âreply via â¦â option.

THE FUTURE OF THE EMAIL TECHNOLOGY - Image 1

Eight years ago Gmail revolutionized the email industry with its great storage options, conversation threads and great search options. It seems that nothing really changed ever since. Nonetheless, 2013 has something to offer for email users who are looking for alternatives. There are still some flaws that email service providers could improve. Letâs have a look on the trends and innovation in the industry:

Efficient email clients

It is difficult to beat Gmail and its efficiency, but there are still better managing alternatives. If youâre bad at managing your inbox and emails, you would enjoy using Mailbox and MyMail apps. These programs offer you a great managing tool to organize your mail. You can separate all your emails into different categories and sections. It makes it easy to find anything you want.

Smarter emails

I donât know about you, but I want my email to differentiate between private emails, professional emails and letâs say Facebook, Twitter, eBay and other notifications. It should organize all the similar emails in one folder.

Email subscriptions can be a bit tricky on Gmail. I bet you already wondered how to unsubscribe from a certain mailing list. Youâve spent some time searching from âunsubscribeâ button and did not find any. So you just gave up and decided to simply delete subscription emails manually. Alternative email programs such as UnRoll.me and Auto Mail have already installed âunsubscribeâ feature. Many people cannot bother going through emails and searching for the right button, thatâs why they will love this feature.

Workflow management

Many people use emails for professional communication. You receive emails with tasks, deadlines, assignments and all other important information that is simply all stored in one place without any clear system or a to-do list. You may easily miss a deadline because your inbox is clogged.

I bet you want to know what you need to accomplish today or tomorrow and start your day from checking your schedule online. Such services as Dotmailapp.com, MailPilot.co and WeLoveMail.com will help you manage your emails in order to create a clear to-do list.

Attachment management

For people who used the same email account for years it becomes more and more difficult to find an old attachment that you forgot to download. It is pointless to save all the attachments on your desktop when they are already stored on your email account. If youâre using your email as a file system, you already know how difficult it is to go through old emails in order to find something really important.

Attachments.me and WeLoveMail offer you an alternative. You can preview all the attachments in one folder and decide what to keep and what to delete.

Social aspect

People are addicted to Facebook, Twitter and other social networking tools. You receive many notifications informing you that someone sent you a message or followed you on Twitter. Imagine how great it would be if you had a chance to respond to anyone and follow someone back without being redirected to Facebook and Twitter. Email providers, like Jangomail should work on their ability to âreply via â¦â option.

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