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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Better filtering for Gmail

Google is currently testing a new feature that aims to simplify the management of the inbox in Gmail. Our engineers have developed a set of algorithms that try to separate the important email from the others, thus giving the user the ability to focus directly to those messages that require immediate reading and replying.

New technology detects information as to what messages are sent more often to the user, what messages the user usually answers, etc. Based on these data, it separates the incoming in "significant" and "all others".

Of course, the filters have the ability to learn and take into account the movements made by the user and from the "important" messages.

Google says that the tests are very encouraging. We do not know yet when this feature will be incorporated into all accounts.

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