Confronted with tons of emails every time you open your Gmail inbox in the morning? Why not use Gmail's new Priority Inbox feature and let it segregate the most pressing emails that require urgent response from those that can be read at a later time?
How does it work?
Basically, Priority Inbox uses information such as the contacts you email the most, keywords and your general e-mail habits to select the most important emails in your inbox. These e-mails are then placed on top of your Gmail inbox and marked as most pressing so you attend to them first.
Watch the official introduction video:
How to get it?
Gmail Priority Inbox will be rolled out next week. But you can sign up for it as early as now via this link.