Calm down your Gmail inbox. Read newsletters when you want, not when they hit the inbox and distract you from work.
Email newsletters distract you from important tasks during the day. What if you could miss a message from your colleague, a help request from a user? Or even a Gmail security alert?
I'm in the same shoes. My favorite local book store has something interesting for the weekend reading. And that new post from a well known Substack writer is good as hell.
But they all can wait on a street until we allowed them to come in and take our focus.
## If you dream about getting to inbox zero, it's one step closer to reality now.
Silent Inbox plugs into your Gmail to detect distracting senders 24/7. It holds emails until a scheduled time and then delivers in bulk. Just when you drink your morning coffee or 5 o'clock tea.
From the start, the add-on automatically detects email newsletters. Plus, you can add other senders to the Muted List. Those who "forgot" to include "unsubscribe" links. Or whose amount of emails during the day is annoying.
There are Basic and Premium accounts. Let me compare them for you.
The Basic account allows you to schedule delivery for any time once a day. In addition to automatically detected email newsletters, you can add up to 10 other senders to the Muted List.
With the Premium account, you can change the frequency from "once a day" to "twice a day" (more options coming in the next update). And your number of senders in the Muted List is now unlimited.
## Wanna calm down your overwhelmed inbox?
Install the add-on and set delivery time.