Inbox by Gmail, Google’s email client that aims to replace Gmail for those users who want a more task oriented email app, has been through some notable updates in the past few months which have introduced some useful new features, like Smart Reply added last month, and more recently the Email links which became supported on the web/desktop version just a few days ago. Now in the latest update coming to Inbox, which Google states is going to be rolling out to users over the course of this week, the Gmail team is making it possible to share travel plans with family and friends and manage attachments in emails for things like photos.
If you use Inbox as your primary email client app, adding photos into emails as attachments is a much simpler and improved process as it’s now quicker to access your recent photos that you may want to share with your recipients. In addition to the new and improved (also quicker) photo attachments, you can also add multiple photos at once, which means more time for the person receiving your email to enjoy looking at those pictures since you aren’t spending so much time adding them in.
Another change to look out for is the improvements to the Trip Bundles. Trip Bundles, while not a new feature, are now capable of being shared with others so that you can make it simple for those people to know the different stages of your trip at any time. Sharing trip bundles information is possible with the single tap of a button so it should be a nice and easy, seamless process. Sharing this travel information with other people is also enhanced with the ability to now add emails to the bundles so you can easily give all of the needed details to anyone who might have use for it, or just care to know when you’ll be arriving where and how you’re getting from place to place. While the update should be live for some people and might be taking a few days for others, you can grab the latest version of the apk down below if you aren’t one for waiting. Time is money, after all, and if you use Inbox for work or business, the latest features could be of some use.