What does your email inbox look like? It surely displays scores of messages with rows of subject lines in black and white trying to grab your attention. Well, if you are bored of this sort of mundane interface, there’s a solution for you, that is, Fluent.io. It’s an online service started by three former employees of Google – Dhanji Prasanna, Cameron Adams, and Jochen Bekmann. The three of them were part of the team that developed Google Wave. They left the company after Google Wave failed to make an impact.
With Fluent.io, the three ex-Googlers have tried to refresh the standard email system that has not changed much since its inception. Fluent helps you to transform the inbox of your email account into a stream of messages, something similar to what is displayed in Facebook. It makes email interesting by using a beautiful streamlined workflow design.
Fluent allows you to see email threads and replies in the form of a stream of messages for easy navigation. Where Fluent scores over email is that it is clutter-free and users get to read messages and check updates with just a glance over the stream. All this without taking away any of the features of the traditional email – unread messages, starred mails, drafts, attachments, search, etc.
Fluent’s search feature is fast and enables you to search as you type with one-click filtering. What’s more, you can also manage multiple email accounts from a single window, which saves you the hassle of opening umpteen tabs. You can sign up for Fluent for free, and rediscover your email account in a new avatar. It’s truly the future of email.
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About Mohit Gupta
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