No, wonder if you do face email overload issue in your gmail inbox, getting more and more mail and often feel overwhelmed by it all. Some times due to email overload you might miss out some important mails as our inboxes are slammed with hundreds, sometimes thousands of messages a day—mail from colleagues, from lists, about appointments and automated mail that’s often not important.
Priority Inbox [ in beta ] is an experimental way of taking on information overload in Gmail. Its acts like your personal assistant, helping you focus on the messages that matter without requiring you to set up complex rules. It splits your inbox into three sections: “Important and unread,” “Starred” and “Everything else”
As messages come in, Gmail automatically flags some of them as important. Gmail uses a variety of signals to predict which messages are important, including the people you email most (if you email Bob a lot, a message from Bob is probably important) and which messages you open and reply to (these are likely more important than the ones you skip over). And as you use Gmail, it will get better at categorizing messages for you.
Note: Priority Inbox will be rolling out to all Gmail users, including those of you who use Google Apps, over the next week or so. We wish it will rolled out soon for the gmail users who do not use gmail with google apps, as that will surely help them to attend some important mails and get rid of spam to some extent.
Read here for more info on Priority Inbox
[ Via Google Official Blog ]