PLEASE NOTE: After 50 times of use, you will receive a prompt to purchase the extension.  To keep using it for free, press the link for “Use one more time.”  According to the Top Inbox owner, this prompt will repeat each time you use it and you’ll still be able to use it for free using the “Use one more time” link.  It’s either that or pay $5 to make the pop-up go away.

The Top Inbox for Gmail is a FREE add-on available on the Google Chrome Web Store that you can install and use on your computer’s Google Chrome web browser.  The Top Inbox allows users to:

  • Schedule emails to send at a later date and time.
  • Set reminders on emails being composed or on already received emails.
  • Track whether or not emails are opened by recipients.
  • Setup auto follow-up templates so you can send prewritten replies automatically based on criteria that you set up.
The Top Inbox Send Later Button
The Top Inbox for Gmail Tools (located at the bottom of the compose window).

And the best part, this add-on is FREE!  There are other add-ons available on the Google Chrome Web Store that do some of the same things as The Top Inbox, but most have limitations on their features and usage before you have to pay a fee to get more.


How do I get The Top Inbox for Gmail?

If you’re and EVSC staff member and you’re logged into your Google Chrome browser using your Gmail account, tech support has already installed the extension for you.  If the add-on is not showing up when you compose an email, close your Chrome browser and restart it.  Then go to Gmail to see if it’s there.

If it’s still not installed or if you want to it use it on another Google account (not EVSC managed), then click the button below to visit the Google Chrome Web Store.

Add “The Top Inbox” To My Gmail

NOTE: If you don’t want the extension, here’s how to disable or uninstall it.

Videos Tutorials (4 videos in playlist)

Want more information?

Visit The Top Inbox website for the latest information, tutorials, and news related to their fantastic add-on for Gmail.

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Jerrad Gleim has been a teacher in the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation since 1998 and has served a majority of his years in middle schools teaching math and Pre-Algebra. Since 2008, he has worked as a member of the EVSC Innovation, Curriculum, and Technology Specialists (ICATS) team where he is the webmaster of the ICATS website and worked with teachers to integrate programs such as the Adobe Creative Cloud, Google Apps, YouTube, and Apple iPads.

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