Chrome Extension Release Notes
Now, you can be aware of the number of unread emails in your today, later or past views.
Change the Timyo expectation
While composing an email, you can select the Timyo header that best suits to your email in one click.
Actions and CC icons
Before opening an email, you know if you're in CC or not and what actions is expected from you (no response necessary, reply expected, action expected).
For some users, Timyo extension could slow down the general Gmail or Chrome performance. We've fixed it.
Choice "No Date"
Now you can select Timyo expectation with "no date" associated.
Accessibility for everyone
We have slightly modified our set of icons to make the solution accessible for colorblind people.
The extension could automatically be disabled or Timyo buttons were not displayed.
Streamlined flat design
We introduce a single calendar icon instead of using two (replacing the sun and the cup). This approach offers a cleaner, more intuitive experience.
A new ASAP icon is introduced so you know at a glance which emails require immediate attention.
The Timyo tab menu has also been updated making it easy to identify emails requiring attention today.
A colored dot means you have unread activity in your Today inbox. When the dot disappears, it means you have read all email expected for Today.
Removal of the "Done" button
We've removed the "Done" button. Use the standard "archive", "delete" or "move to" actions to clean out your inbox.
Note: deleting or archiving an email will remove it from your today, later or past inbox.
Email Tip of the day
Advanced "Settings" menu
- Enable/disable alert message if "When" field is empty.
- Enable/disable an interactive Timyo signature to help explain Timyo to recipients.
New compose experience
- Highlighting when a response is not needed using a "No response" categorization. No Response Necessary (NRN) is widely accepted terminology that helps eliminate unnecessary replies that quickly clog up everyone’s inbox. “No response” will replace the "Read" category.
Many of you thought assigning a specific date was too restrictive so we introduced softer timelines such as "within a week", "within 2 weeks", and "within a month".
Brackets [ ] are now used around all Timyo expectations: This is designed to help recipients unfamiliar with Timyo expectations to differentiate this content from the body of the email.
Finally, we are introducing 3 new expectation header styles to best fit the context of your email (they will replace the old ones).
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