Hi Sarah! 👋
We send three times as many emails from our laptops than our phones. However, we open our email app eight times more on our phones than on our laptops. In fact, we check our phones 58 times a day — and over half of these happen during work hours!
The desktop and mobile apps are more alike than they are different. Both apps are focused on helping you get through your inbox twice as fast — and on helping you hit Inbox Zero. The difference comes about in how we do this. On desktop, we invest heavily in keyboard shortcuts so you never have to touch the mouse. On mobile, we invest heavily in one-handed gestures so you can be blazingly fast on the go.
This question is part of an AMA with Rahul Vohra.View entire AMA with Rahul Vohra.
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