Gmail is going to enable its users to view the Promotions tab as an imagery look like Pinterest. The feature enables Gmail users to determine if e-mails from sources which contains sales, deals and other offers which may interest them. Users can receive emails like this only if the Promotions tab is enabled.
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Google's product manager Aaron Rothman stated that “Promotional mail has a lot of images, from pictures of snazzy new shoes to photos of that rock-climbing gym you’ve been wanting to try. But right now, those images are buried inside your messages—and with only subject lines to go on, it can be a challenge to quickly pick out the deals and offers that interest you most. To help you find what you’re looking for faster, you can now sign up for a new field trial for Gmail that lets you view the Promotions tab in a more visual way.”
Users can experience the trial and can take advantage of unlimited scrolling to make it easy to quickly find messages of interest. It is easy to toggle between the new visual grid view and the standard list view with just the click of a button at the top of the tab.
Rothman added that “We’re just experimenting for now, but we hope this view will make it a little bit easier for you to get things done. Sign up at g.co/gmailfieldtrial and if you’re selected, we’ll follow up for your feedback.”
People who use promotional e-mails could see Gmail Developers site to give their readers a better experience using the Gmail imagery promotional tab feature.