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inboxy: Inbox Bundles for Gmail

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Description from extension meta

Adds Google Inbox bundles to Gmail

Image from store inboxy: Inbox Bundles for Gmail
Description from store inboxy makes it easier to manage your inbox, by bringing Google Inbox bundles to Gmail. inboxy bundles together emails that share the same labels. To get started with bundling, simply create filters to apply labels to incoming emails. HIGHLIGHTS - Messages with the same label are bundled together in your inbox - Archive all bundled messages on the current page quickly - Use email filters to bundle messages automatically - Star a message to pin it outside of its bundle - Intuitive date headings - Supports light and dark themes PRIVACY & SECURITY inboxy is a lightweight visual layer over Gmail, and it uses Javascript and CSS to draw bundles. With the default settings, inboxy does not handle any personal/sensitive data. In addition, inboxy is open-source, and all code is available on Github. However, if you choose to customize your extension settings, inboxy uses the Chrome Storage Sync API to sync settings to browsers that you're logged into. For further details, see the privacy policy at https://www.inboxymail.com#privacy-policy. HAVE FEEDBACK? Post issues to the Github repo at https://github.com/teresa-ou/inboxy/issues. Visit https://www.inboxymail.com for more info. If you're interested in supporting inboxy, donations are accepted at https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=863XMJGHZV9L6&source=url.

Latest reviews

  • (2021-05-27) Steven Weiss: Gmail is unusable without this
  • (2021-03-11) Ace M: It looks great but they dont give you all the options, i dont want the archiving option as i have clicked it accidentally a few times, but nope you are forced to use it, so instead i just remove the extension
  • (2021-01-26) Rex Cope: A bit buggy, but nothing game-breaking. Mostly some graphical glitches and the occasional random scroll jump. I was able to basically fully revive Inbox bundles by converting the categories to labels. The old default Inbox bundles still exist, too, they're just not presented to the user in Gmail, so you can grab those with filters via "category:finance" and the like. Just use "category:updates -category:finance [etc]" in the filters for the Gmail default view tabs (and obviously turn all of the tabs off) to prevent weird overlap conflicts. Finance and Purchases normally always are in Updates, but I've seen them assigned to Promotions as well, so it's best to put the exceptions for them in all of the filters.
  • (2021-01-17) Danny Peck: I'd give it 5 stars if the keyboard integration was a bit more ironed out. Right now the J / K keyboard navigation shortcuts in Gmail don't work as you'd expect. I would think you should be able to also navigate to a Bundle and ENTER to open that bundle, then use J / K to navigate within that bundle. Very cool if you want to stick with the mouse though!
  • (2020-12-30) I C: Great work.
  • (2020-11-13) Remigijus Endriuska: Highly recommended!
  • (2020-11-12) John B Casey: This extension does a great job except that with the volume of email I get the fact that it can only handle the last 100 messages in the gmail inbox is just not going to cut it. Most days that is not even all my email for the day.
  • (2020-11-10) Emre Uzunoglu: Finally, email is back to being manageable.
  • (2020-11-03) yash saxena: Thanks a ton for this! simple yet soooooooo useful! Please keep this around. Many thanks. Put up a patreon link if you wish - will be happy to chip in!
  • (2020-10-20) aya axc: Finally feel like I've got control over my inbox again! THANKYOU! Only request would be for bundles to be the colour scheme of my labels somehow, just all looking bit black and white at the mo! thanks again
  • (2020-10-19) Josiah T: This is amazing. Nothing more needs to be said. My email is organized again.
  • (2020-10-15) Ian Grossberg: Inboxy has restored my sanity, mail feels like such a barrage of random whatever-whenever, Inboxy brings easily configured context. Hopefully it will eventually enable control over timeliness!!
  • (2020-09-23) Dave Bieler: Oh my God. Thank you.
  • (2020-09-01) Joeri: Finaly !! Thank you for this.
  • (2020-09-01) Jay Akin: Live saver for efficient email management. There was no alternative to the Inbox's bundles after Google discontinued Inbox, but now inboxy is bringing the super valuable bundle feature back to gmail!
  • (2020-08-25) Andrew Englar: Fantastic. I feel like I can actually use Gmail again. Ever since Google shut inbox down, I've been slogging through my emails with gmail, and bitterness each day.
  • (2020-08-05) Jason Bratcher: Great app ! One request though: Can you add a toggle in options to add/remove the Today/Earlier split ? Thank you.
  • (2020-04-15) Philip D'Souza: Works fantastic and is a great implementation of a lost Google Inbox feature!
  • (2020-04-15) Cristian Carlos dos Santos: Thank you!
  • (2020-04-07) Samer Alabed: Works like a charm! Finally my inbox is organised again!
  • (2020-04-05) Kevin Rejko: It's amazing. Exactly what what I have been looking for. If you miss Inbox, this is the closest replacement you can get.
  • (2020-03-28) Shehzad Mohyuddin: Solution for clients sorting/prioritizing. Great app (referred by Tom Brown)
  • (2020-03-27) Tom Brown: Beautiful!

Latest issues

  • (2021-03-11, v:1.6.1) Ace M: Showing old emails
    I have disabled bundles and am just using this to organize by date and for some reason it randomly shows an email from Feb 16 at the top when it should be at the bottom, but then the rest of the emails are ordered correctly The email is not pinned or starred as i do not use those Also any plans to show wks as well? It just goes straight to this mth
  • (2020-09-25, v:1.6.0) Eddie Gordon: Delete All Button
    So glad I found Inboxy. It restores some of the functionality I miss so much from Inbox. The "archive all" button above each bundle is useful. I wish that it also had a "delete all" or "send all to trash" button.
  • (2020-08-25, v:1.5.4) Andrew Englar: Tighten up spacing around bundles when they are open
    I'd like to see an option to remove some of the excess padding around the emails when they're displayed in an expanded bundle. I have gmail set to compact, and if inboxy were to honor those settings, then you could just run off that. If not an option to configure spacing would be nice. Thanks!
  • (2020-08-03, v:1.5.4) Rachel Fang: How to get it to work?
    I installed it, and have many filters with labels, but nothing is getting bundled together....
  • (2020-07-20, v:1.5.2) Anthony Craig Nash: REQUEST | inboxy: Inbox Bundles for Gmail
    This app is amazing ... I noticed however, the features of your plugin do not seem to extended beyond the "inbox" folder itself (e.g., the "Sent" folders). Your work would be even more amazing if I could see my sent items broken down by dates in the sent folder.... It would also be amazing if we could see a further date break down beyond the "Month" section; for example: further months broken down in to their own section (e.g., January, February, etc.. ), and then years (e.g., 2020, 2019, 2018, etc.. ) Thanks so much for your amazing work!!! : ) ---A
  • (2020-04-26, v:1.4.1) Julia Yepez-Macbeth: How to bundle documents by their NYC Boroughs?
    For my job, now at home, I receive hundreds of Docs through Outlook and Gmail, which are mixed, they are not separated by their NYC Boroughs. How can I bundle these Docs by their Boroughs as they come into Gmail or Outlook?

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1,242 history
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Rating
4.7 (28 votes)
Last update / version
2021-02-10 / 1.6.1
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