What’s going on with Annotations – Part 2

Back in February 2023, Gmail rolled out a major update to their Annotations code. The Single Image Preview was finally removed from the site (even though it had been deprecated sometime in 2021/22), and the Product Carousel was added. This seems to have happened about the same time that auto-generated Annotations started showing up forContinue reading “What’s going on with Annotations – Part 2”

What’s going on with Annotations?

2/20/2023 UPDATE: Gmail has published the new version of Annotations. New blog post coming soon with all the details, and updates for PeakInbox to support the new code If you have been wondering why you haven’t heard much about Annotations from PeakInbox for the better part of 2022, it is because they have been prettyContinue reading “What’s going on with Annotations?”

Inbox Previews for Annotations!

PeakInbox is excited to announce Inbox Previews for Gmail Annotations. We’re not talking about mock-ups, but LIVE screenshots verified on a real Android phone (iOS coming soon!). And, you can now review your Annotation in both light and dark modes before sending! One of the largest frustrations email marketers have with Gmail Annotations is the inabilityContinue reading “Inbox Previews for Annotations!”

Welcome to PeakInbox

Just want to jump right in? Head to over to peakinbox.com/earlyaccess As email developers, the most exciting moments for us are when new technologies emerge and invite us to imagine the future of email. After more than two decades of experiencing the cycle of curiosity, excitement, and eventual disappointment (Hotmail Active View, anyone?), we areContinue reading “Welcome to PeakInbox”

Logos in the Inbox: Microsoft

Welcome to the PeakInbox blog! While we wait for annotations to be released to the Gmail web, we wanted to start sharing some of the tips and tricks we have learned while building the only tool for Annotation analytics and real-time A/B/n testing. Want to get in on Early Access? Read our blog post forContinue reading “Logos in the Inbox: Microsoft”