Focus On What Really Matters Using Inbox

A new app titled Inbox hopes to reinvent email that you’ve been using for so many years. Could this really be the future of communication? To start, Inbox will have the beautiful material design that was introduced in Android 5.0 “Lollipop”. The app may end up to be the central place to keep track of things, set priorities and help you become more organized. Don’t worry, you’ll get some help with through “bundles” that will neatly group things together for you.

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Similar to Google Now, useful information like flight itineraries and package tracking are available at a glance. Do you need to be reminded of an important meeting or reply to an email later? No worries as you can set it to snooze and get an alert about it at the time you specify. Maybe we’ll all finally get through the hundreds of forgotten emails now and delete useless one. Only time will tell how much more organized we’ll be with Inbox. Looks promising.

-promotional emails are neatly organized
-see reservation, order updates, flight status and pictures without opening the message
-get things done! reminders float to the top
-snooze messages as well as reminder on your schedule

One more thing. We have invites to give out!

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Step3: Wait for us to contact you through Twitter

devPorto Inbox Invite

What do you think? Is there a better app out there? Are you getting more organized now? Comment and let us know!

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Configure Domain With WWW or Non-WWW

When you browse websites, do you care if the site uses www in the URL or not? Most likely you probably didn’t even notice the difference. Some sites like to add www to their domain name (we do) and others prefer to leave it out. Either way, site owners make that choice and get it implemented so visitors don’t need to worry about it.

If you use nginx, you can redirect from one to the other very easily. For example, if you decide to redirect all visitors from www to the non www domain (naked domain), you can configure your nginx server block as shown below.

server {
  listen 80;
  server_name www.example.com;
  return 301 $scheme://example.com$request_uri;
}

server {
  listen 80;
  server_name example.com;
  root /usr/share/nginx/html; #make sure to match your server root 
  index index.php index.html index.htm;
  # you can add more below this

}

It’s simple! Give it a try on your new website. If you haven’t already, make sure you sign up for a new account through our link and get your $10 credit which is equal to two months of free service on the 512MB plan!

Do you prefer to use non www (naked) or www for your website?