Newton’s Windows app gets Tidy Inbox to help you focus on emails

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The default email app on Windows 10 is a pretty good one, but if you’re looking for more functionality, there are plenty of third-party email clients to choose from. One of them is Newton, and we recommend it as one of the best email apps to use in Windows 10.

Now the app has received an important update which brings Tidy Inbox to Windows PC users. Karthik Suroju, Marketing Manager at Newton, said the following about the update:

It’s been two months since we launched Newton for Windows. The team has been busy with adding new features and optimizations. Even after a delay caused by the Windows App Store, we managed to ship some major features. Today we’re happy to bring the latest Supercharger, Tidy Inbox to the Windows app.

Here’s a quick video showcasing the feature in action:

Tidy Inbox will allow Newton users on Windows PCs to focus on emails that really matter by making sure that newsletters and social media updates go to a low priority folder. This is somewhat similar to how Gmail currently works.

How to enable Tidy Inbox on Newton email app for PC

In order to enable this new feature, you need to do the following:

  1. Go to Newton Settings
  2. Select Superchargers
  3. Select Tidy Inbox

Besides Tidy Inbox, there are some other minor updates:

  • Option to print emails
  • Auto BCC
  • IMAP Aliases
  • Exchange GAL

If you’re still not running Newton on your Windows PC, go ahead and follow this link to do so. Leave your comment and let us know what is your take on this new feature.

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