• Analytics/Trending. Like Google Analytics for your inbox
  • Calendar/Personal Assistant for easy scheduling and auto-responders.
  • RSS Feed Reader for quick access. Download and read blogs like email.
  • Unread Emails box randomly recalls emails that you may have missed in the past.
  • Related Emails. Finds messages that may be related to what you're currently reading.
  • Social Network messaging become part of your normal inbox. Twitter / MySpace / Facebook
  • Sync all your desktop with your online account. Auto-scheduled or manual.
  • Denotes that message was moved above the fold because of importance.

The Perfect Email Application

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My email management, has quickly spiraled out of control. I constantly forget to reply to people, lose important emails and lose files to the sea of messages I get. Like many, I'm longing for someone to create either a desktop or web app that solves many of the issues that I'm having with Gmail and Thunderbird. So I created this mock-up of what I feel would be the perfect inbox.

I created the mockup in Photoshop. Some of the apps I borrowed screenshots from include Thunderbird for OSX, NetNewsWire for OSX and The Adobe Air app Analytics Reporting Suite.

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  1. chris_blow 65 months ago | reply

    social network integration and analytics FTW

  2. johnnieyost 32 months ago | reply

    Hi Jon,
    I've been looking here on flickr for an image to use in a blog post i wrote about sending messages. The one you have here would be pretty good. I'd like to use it on this page:
    www.online-dating-mastery.com/about-online-dating-sending...
    I'd give you credit in the caption and make your name in bold type.
    I have a picture on there now, but it's unrelated and I like yours better, not perfect, but for sure better.

    You can contact me here or through my site. Please let me know. Thanks-- JT

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