When you want to clean something up, the last thing you should do is ignore it, at the most of time. Messes have a habit of multiplying when they are out of sight. Check your email one week after the vacation and you will see precisely how inattention can cause a problem bigger. But now, because of Inbox, ignoring spam messages can help keep your inbox clean. If you do not want to unsubscribe from the sender’s mailing list. If you ignore their emails for a month, the inbox asks you now.
The new feature works on Android’s app and desktop site via the new “inbox tip” card that appears at the top of your inbox. All it does is ask if you want to unsubscribe from a particular sender’s emails. With buttons to unsubscribe or to ignore the tip.
Although we’ve not seen this option live on any of our personal devices. We have got tips from those seeing it on both the desktop website and android app. We are not sure correctly when this started rolling out, but it seems to be new. It could be that the feature has not reached everyone simply yet. Or that we are just too good here at AP when it gets to managing torrents of spam on our own.
Undoubtedly, this feature should only work for messages. That Google is able to identify as promotional content with an option to unsubscribe. so it might not work for all kinds of promotional messages.