Over the official Spark Email blog, I’ve just published this detailed guide to decluttering and organizing your Gmail inbox.

In this article, I’ll tell you the tips and tricks to organize your Gmail inbox and also explain some hidden or lesser-known features that help you organize your emails in Gmail. And for those of you who have thousands of unread emails in your Gmail inbox, I’ll help you bring some sanity to your inbox.

Gmail is arguably the most common email provider today and thus, it is very common to see Gmail inboxes that are just left unattended. I’ve outlined some pretty simple steps that can help you clean up your Gmail inbox in minutes.

Sam Machkovech, reviewing the Google Pixel Buds for Ars Technica:

[…] the best thing we can say about the Pixel Buds is that you’re less likely to lose them than Apple’s wireless product.

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Over on SharpShutter.co, I posted my review of the WD My Passport Wireless Pro — a stellar portable storage device from Western Digital.

I’ll go ahead and say it. The WD My Passport Wireless Pro Hard Disk Drive is not just an essential tool to carry around for photographers and cinematographers, it is also one of the best backup and storage options out there to have in your toolkit today. WD has knocked it out of the park with this product and having spent about a month reviewing this product, I can confidently say this is by far my favorite WD product ever.

The WD My Passport Wireless Pro is priced as follows in India:

1TB model: Rs. 11,000
2TB model: Rs. 14,500
4TB model: Rs. 18,500

Over on SharpShutter.co, I reviewed the Sigma 24mm f1.4 ART series lens.

The Sigma 24mm f1.4 lens has arguably the best quality result compared to other 24mm options. Photos come out short and detailed. The lens is incredible sharp in the center, and does surprisingly well at the corners too.

The Sigma 24mm f1.4 also produces some of the most delicious Bokeh I’ve seen.

Overall, the Sigma 24mm f1.4 is a fantastically built lens with great results. I’d highly recommend it.