2017-02-08 2:46 GMT+02:00 Jonathan Goble <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Yes, that is the interface I was referring to. I like it for the ability to
> bundle messages together in the inbox (e.g. I have it set up to bundle all
> messages from this list) so I can more easily get an overview of what I have
> to deal with, and the ability to snooze messages to a later time when I'm
> more able to deal with them.
I have zillions of filters sorting mail into folders, bypassing the inbox,
and "Mark as unread" the messages that I need to come back to.
Any other good reasons for investigating the inbox interface?
(We're getting a little off-topic here...)
If you've already invested that level of effort into creating a system that works for you, then there's really no reason to switch unless you really, really want to. Inbox is designed around a particular style of workflow, and works really well for that style, but if it's not your style (and it sounds like it isn't for you), then you're better off sticking with the regular Gmail interface.