Google to Sunset Inbox Service In March 2019
Google today said it is prepared to kill off its Inbox email alternative. Google first introduced Inbox as a different way to approach email. It offered customizable, focused inboxes and helped people manage promotions, social media updates, and more through dedicated channels. Many of these features have now been ported over to the main Gmail service. "Over the past 4 years you've helped us make email better. We’ve brought popular Inbox features to @Gmail helping 1B+ people get more done. Thank you," said the company via Twitter. "We’ll be focusing on Gmail & saying bye to Inbox at the end of March 2019." The company has posted a guide on its support site in order to help people transition from Inbox to Gmail.
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Google today introduced new features to Gmail both on the web and on mobile devices. The web version of Gmail sees the largest number of changes and adds smart features meant to help people move through their email more efficiently.
Twitter Aims to Make Discovery Simpler and More Rewarding
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Twitter today announced a number of changes to the way it arranges tweets, trends, and topics in order to help people find and read about the things that interest them. For example, breaking news will now be added to the Happening Now tool that appears at the top of users' feeds.
Instagram Publishes Helpful Guide for Parents
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Twitter to Mandate Email or Phone Number Verification for New Accounts
Jun 27, 2018
Twitter is rolling out a number of changes to its platform in order to fight spam and malicious content. One step it is taking will require new users to confirm either an email address or phone number when they sign up to Twitter.
Twitter Overhauls Its Mobile Apps and Web Sites
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Twitter today revealed a dramatic change to the look and feel of its Android and iOS mobile applications, and its mobile and desktop browser experiences. To start, Twitter has put profile, account, and privacy settings in a single place within the navigation menu to make them easier to find.
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