No, you don't need to reply to that email immediately in the middle of dinner. Now Google's trying to help that happen, with Snooze. A new addition to its Gmail Inbox app, users can "snooze" emails with automatic quick settings or their own customized reminders. You can delay a message for later the same day, tomorrow or even a week from now. There's also the hilarious someday option -- we're going to assume it'll reappear later in the week, but don't hold us to that. You can even "geo-snooze" a message to remind you when you're at a place, rather than a prescribed time. You can still access any reminders or snoozed messages if you manage to make time and adjust reminders if needed. Inbox zero could be within in your grasp in 2015. Well, kind of.
(Update: Seems like we slept through the original feature announcement -- snoozing emails has been inside the app since launch. Apologies.)