Glider – Sidetrack Annoying Emails from Your inbox
How much time do you spend filtering e-mails in your Gmail account or tracking important e-mails in your inbox? What if someone automatically sorts out the unnecessary clutter in your inbox so that you can easily stumble upon the e-mail that you are actually looking for? Well, Glider helps you do just that.
Glider, a new webmail client, allows you to automatically sort and categorize your e-mails. Built on a simple idea – “Not everyone should have equal access to your attention – Glider helps you filter away distracting e-mails from your inbox to help you save your time and energy. It clears unnecessary notifications and commercial e-mails from your inbox by moving them into specific folders so that you can read them at your own convenience. Thus, it ensures that everything that you don’t need right at the moment in your inbox lives in the less intuitive corner of your Gmail account.
Features of Glider
Some powerful and robust features of this new webmail client include:
- Beautiful conversation view
- Easier navigation and improved search options
- Robust interface and faster e-mail retrieval
- Easy labeling system
- Automatic categorization of e-mails
- Ability to work with your existing e-mail client
How to get started?
To launch Glider on your existing e-mail account, all you need to do is to enable the service by signing up with Glider, spend a couple of minutes training it, and then wait for the sorting to begin. Simply let Glider to run on your e-mail for a few hours and it will filter out all the notifications and newsletters that you usually archive manually.
Glider offers a 14-day free trial, letting you experience the service hands-on. However, after that period, you need to pay $9 per month or $99 annually to continue with the services. At present, Glider only supports Gmail account and Google Chrome browser; however, manufacturers are hopeful that this amazing webmail client will soon support more browsers and e-mail clients.
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