Inbox2.com – One Stream for All Your Accounts December 2, 2009Posted by Ced in Email, Online, Services.
Inbox2.com (beta) lets you stream all your email and Twitter DMs into Facebook. Services currently supported are Gmail, Twitter, Yahoo! Mail, AOL Mail, LinkedIn, Yammer, Windows Live Mail, and Hyves.
“Inbox2 is an application collects all your mail (messages and content) and micro blogging updates from friends and contacts into a single activity stream. The activity stream can be sorted by contacts or the configured accounts known as channels in Inbox2. Your mail activity stream is always in sync.” [inbox2.com]
- Aggregation – Messages, micro blog updates, contacts and attachments from multiple mail and social network accounts all in one application. But with the flexibility of switching on/off accounts that you don’t want to see, which hides all the data associated with that account. Send, Reply and Search in one place.
- Email Stream – The content of your Inbox flows in a stream, allowing you to easily customize the stream to see what matters most. Engage directly into taking a next action or organizing any of the content in the stream. Messages in the stream are always shown in context of conversations.
- Organize – With all the content in one place, Inbox2 allows the use of smart labels and stars for messages and attachments. You can also import your existing labels from other services such as Gmail. Even better, in Inbox2 you can use labels for all your accounts and not just Gmail.
- Facebook email stream – Facebook users can now receive all their email and twitter status updates from friends & contacts without having to leave their favorite platform. This stream is not part of the status update from friends but is tightly integrated with Facebook. Facebook notifies all the users if they receive new email or status update from any of their configured accounts and with one click they can view & action the message all within Facebook.
The Inbox2 service provides a streamlined solution that lets you get your messages from the comfort of the Facebook Web GUI.