Google has announced that it is bringing a new feature to the Gmail for iOS app that will let people check emails from multiple Google accounts without having to leave that account via the switcher on the top of the navigation bar. Google says that its launching both Rapid Release and Scheduled Release, which will be available to all G Suite editions. This gradual rollout will take up to 15 days to be visible in the app.
Once the update is done, users can see emails from different accounts by simply selecting the “All Inboxes” view from the left-hand side drawer which appears by tapping the navigation button on the top left corner of the screen. The inbox will show all your emails in a single list, “but don’t worry—no emails will be shared between your accounts,” Google said in a blog post. The feature has been available for Android for quite a long time.
The announcement comes a few weeks after Google rolled out AI capabilities to send notifications for high priority mails. The importance of the email will be determined by leveraging Google’s machine learning and AI. The feature will help users get rid of alerts for spam and other not-so-important mails. Google will also shut down the Inbox by Google email service in March 2019 after 4 years of its existence. The company had stated that it will now shift its focus solely on Gmail service.