A couple week ago, Gmail users probably noticed a change to the look of their inbox, specifically that their incoming emails started to be organized into three categories: Primary, Social and Promotions.
While helpful for organization purposes, you may have wondered where your daily UrbanTurf email has been going.
Well, all email newsletters sent to Gmail addresses now go under the Promotions tab, which means that you may have missed a few of our daily installments over the last week because you didn't know where the email was being delivered.
We wanted to let our readers know about this change in the event that they have been missing their daily UrbanTurf fix. In short, if you are looking for your UrbanTurf email going forward (and any other daily email newsletters for that matter) just check the Promotions tab in your inbox. And if you want your UrbanTurf email to start showing up in your Primary inbox again, just follow the steps outlined in this video:
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a_message_for_urbanturfs_gmail_users/7360
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