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Google details Trip Bundles in Inbox by Gmail

Google has outlined how its new Trip Bundles feature for Inbox by Gmail works.

Published onJune 9, 2015

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Google’s new Inbox by Gmail email client, which recently left its invite system behind, aims to be the height of convenience, by automatically grouping related emails together. With this goal in mind, Google unveiled Trip Bundles for Inbox a few weeks back and has now detailed how it all works.

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In case you missed it, Trip Bundles collates various emails related to your trip, such as hotel reservations, car rentals, flights, etc, together in a folder of their own.

Not only that, but Inbox can pull out the most relevant information and display it to you at a glance, sparing you the need to go back through all your emails to find that hotel reservation number.

Fortunately, the client automatically detects trips by date and will display a bundled email group directly in your inbox. Clicking on this will display a list of all the items associated with your trip and will pull information from the most up to date emails to display here. You can tap on each section for additional information, as shown in the images below.

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Inbox is capable of displaying multiple upcoming trips at once and also saves your previous vacations as well. It’s all quite convenient.

Last month Google also added Undo Send, direct deleting and customized signature features to Inbox. Google has also been working on tighter integration for the service, including open your reservations and making food orders from within third party apps after receiving an email.

If you haven’t tried out Inbox by Gmail for yourself yet, you can download the app for free from the Google Play Store.

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