You probably have multiples email accounts and want to get better organised by centralising all of your inboxes into one account.
There are two ways to achieve this:
1. Using the lab feature called Multiple Inboxes
One of the ways to keep your inbox organised is to take advantage of the Gmail Lab feature called Multiple Inboxes.
It’s an “experimental” feature that has been around for ears. This feature automatically sorts messages into designated sub-inboxes, or panes, based on rules you create.
The one caveat is that you won’t be able to share your inboxes with others. This is fine if you need have personal inboxes but is not suited for businesses that use multiple inboxes for customers support, sales etc. Also, note that there is a limit on the number of mailboxes you can add.
2. Using Keeping™ as an alternative to Multiple inboxes
Keeping™ is software that lets you and your team manage email together.
It is specifically designed for businesses that have multiple inboxes and that want to centralise them all into one interface. With Keeping™, you can add an unlimited number of mailboxes
All Gmail features work: Search, your filters, email signatures, file attachments, email forwarding, history, keyboard shortcuts…
You can learn more about all of the features offered by Keeping™ here.