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Inbox by Gmail adds bundled emails from GitHub and Trello

If you're a fan of Google's relatively new Inbox by Gmail service, I've got some good news for you: the company has just updated both the mobile and the web versions of the application with a few very handy features. Probably, the most important novelty is the fact that the tool now offers Google Drive integration, but there are also a few other important additions such as the ability to bundle emails or drag and drop capabilities for desktop users.

According to an announcement that was posted yesterday on the Official Gmail Blog, Inbox now has the ability to bundle the emails that you receive from GitHub (a software collaboration platform for developers) and Trello (a project management service). This means that the application will automatically create a summary of what's new and display it in front of the entire email, so if you're pressed for time, you will be able to see the most important things at a glance, without having to read the entire text. Additionally, if you have any Google Alerts, they will also be displayed in a bundle form.

As far as the Google Drive integration goes, Inbox users are now able to easily insert Drive links into their electronic letters, save attachments to the cloud and edit permissions directly from their emails. Lastly, those who use the tool from their desktops will be able to drag and drop contacts between the To, CC and BCC fields.

In case email management is one of your topics of interest, you might also want to read: "Best tips for Outlook users" or "Hidden Gmail functions that you should know about".