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Google Updates Inbox App, Adds Trello And GitHub Support

Google’s Inbox app for mobile devices has received a software update this morning, bringing new integration with Trello, Github and Google’s own Google Drive service.

Emails sent through the former will now be formatted into bullet-point summaries while messages from the latter will now detail changes made to the source code of the relevant project.

This change will bring emails from these services in line with those from travel and event services.

It’s all part of the Google’s broader initiative to refine and streamline email into a more clean experience.

The other major feature added in the update will allow users to insert Drive links, edit permissions, and save attachments from within the app itself – rather than having to use a PC.

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