For personal usage :
I switched to any.do ( which also allows to frwd emails to email@example.com email and add it as a task/reminder.for notes without reminders ( shopping list ,recepies etc) I continue to use keep. Keep reminders when you have a lot of them get me in the mess.reminders in the calendar requires you to enter and review.anydo moments does it every morning automatically. For a work purposes I'm using kanbanflow.com which has built in kanban - probably Trello will do the same but needs to be costumize. Inbox wasn't perfect ( I missed the option to prioritize tasks ) but was in the good direction.
I spent hours of moving my reminders into gmail (as emails) and trello (as todos). Still have not decided to use Keep and/or notes.
I will miss Inbox, but at least I will get rid of the 15s+ loading times.
Yeah, I started moving reminders to gmail, but then I had a tendency to change the reminder text and fine tune it over time, now I lost that ability except for change "subject" which is possible in gmail but creates a duplicate mail entry.
Here’s my setup after ditching Inbox because of the recent news that Google is shutting it down:
I’m pretty happy with this setup, works very wel for me.
I use Gmail mostly for browser time, because of Inbox's long loads, but on Android, man Inbox was CRUCIAL. Best email app for a mobile device, period. For my reminders/tasks I use Todoist, because for some reason Google insists on hiding their Task app under a bunch of other crap and I never know if my reminders are global or just for Keep/Tasks/Inbox/etc.
We'll survive this, but we don't have to like it.
APIs + All Your Free Time For 6 Months (or more) = the same thing
Totally gonna miss Inbox, too. The new Gmail has a lot of the features, but not all.
I'm with you on this. Inbox was the best thing to happen to email. Ever
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I use followupthen.com for that sort of stuff. Closest I could do in companies that weren't in the Googlesphere.
We should make an OSS Inbox!
I will miss it more than I care to consider.
Reminders in particular, but also saving web pages.
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