People tell us all the time that they’re getting more and more mail and often feel overwhelmed by it all. We know what you mean—here at Google we run on email. Our inboxes are slammed with hundreds, sometimes thousands of messages a day—mail from colleagues, from lists, about appointments and automated mail that’s often not important. It’s time-consuming to figure out what needs to be read and what needs a reply. Today, we’re happy to introduce Priority Inbox (in beta)—an experimental new way of taking on information overload in Gmail.
I don't know about you, but I hate getting email. Well, maybe just from certain people. This feature has finally rolled out to the masses, including that of Google Apps users. It's a dream to use.
If any conversation comes in that you'd prefer to be grouped into the Priority Inbox, you can just hit the yellow icon and then conversation will now be shown as such. If you get inundated with messages and you find it hard to sift through the not-so-important ones, this is completely idea.
Shh, Domino's Pizza deal just came into my Priority box, success!