Gmail’s Priority inbox brings your important emails to the tops and make it much visible for you.
How this works?
Gmail automatically tracks the actions you do with your g(e)mails, and identifies the important email messages for you.
1. If you are frequently sending email to Bob, then an email from Bob is important for you.
2. If you always read emails containing “Soccer”, a message containing “Soccer” is important for you
3. The contacts whom you often reply, or whose emails you often “star” are important for you.
4. The emails which you archive without reading / delete are the unimportant ones
5. If you don’t do any of the above, you can use the “Important” and “Not Important” buttons in Gmail, to train Gmail to identify the priority emails for you.
If you are a pro, you can define a filter that tells Gmail, what is important for you.