This one is a little different because it’s a service you add on to your email account that analyzes your messages and moves unimportant ones out of your inbox into a separate folder.
To save storage space it scans emails for attachments, puts them on Dropbox, and replaces them with a link. You can improve SaneBox’s accuracy by connecting it to Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter so it has a better idea which people are most important to you. You can also put messages into special folders that do helpful tricks: The SaneBlackHole folder banishes senders from your inbox and puts their messages directly in the trash and SaneTomorrow, SaneNextWeek or Custom Defer folders push an email back into your inbox at the appropriate time in the future. And if someone doesn’t reply to one of your messages by a certain time SaneBox will let you know so you can follow up.
Plans range from $2.04 to $19.54 a month, but you can try it for two weeks for free.
This article was written by Christina DesMarais and originally appeared on Techlicious.
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