Following the successful adoption of the new Gmail, Google has announced it will discontinue the not so great experiment, Inbox, by March of 2019.
The announcement marks a decision to reinvest their R&D efforts back into the existing platform.
Good riddance (of course I said the same thing to my CompuServe and AOL accounts, way back when)
For more, read: TC: Say goodbye to Inbox by Gmail
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