A decent sort

We hear a lot of complaints from clients about their clogged Email inboxes–especially from folks with cognitive disabilities, who may be unsure what’s reasonably safe or not to open, who may have unreliable spam filters, or who may simply be overwhelmed. Enter the Priority Inbox feature for GMail, which prioritizes your inbox based on “who emails you the most, who you reply to the most, keywords taken from the emails you open most often, and how a message is addressed.” Users can also “train” the feature by indicating when Priority Inbox made a miscall. Not a full solution, but a likely helper.

Gadgetell: Google introduces new priority mail feature

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