Google’s Inbox email platform is meant to help users better manage their inbox and ultimately keep it clean and empty. It is also about to automatically detect what kind of emails you are receiving and will be able to sort it by its category. Users will also be able to set reminders on when they should tend to particular emails.
That being said, it looks like Google is trying to help make reminders within the Inbox email service more accessible and obvious. According to a report by Android Police, it seems that Google has recently begun to add more reminders button, as you can see in the screenshot above where the reminder button has been added to Inbox’s Floating Action Buttons.
It seems that not every Inbox account has the button added to its Floating Action Buttons so it has been suggested that Google is slowly rolling that feature out to more users. This might come in handy for users who are looking for a quick and easy way to set reminders for themselves. The window that pops up also has a list of common reminders that people might use for themselves.
Inbox by Google was launched in October last year and at this time of writing is still an invite-based email service. From time to time Google does open invites to the public but alternatively you could always get a friend who has it to invite you.