Increase Productivity With These Email Management Strategies
Trying to locate an email you want to respond to can be very time-consuming.
Mark the email you want to respond to later as "unread." It is easier to find between all your other messages.
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think of every email you get as either something you need to take action on, track, or refer to later.
Every time you open a conversation, decide right away what to do with it. D...
There’s no “definitive” system. The best framework is the one that works for you. Ideally, it should model your work style, supporting the way you work. Bonus points if it’s low-maintenance, fast to set up, and adaptable as your work changes.
Some people like to use folders with specific actions (do, delegate, reply), while others prefer the deadline-driven approach (today, tomorrow, next week).
Email tends to come in all the time and can create distractions and disruptions to your schedule.
Turn off new message notifications on both your computer and sma...
There are many different philosophies when it comes to managing your email inbox.
You can use your inbox as a catchall, limit it to only high-priority messages, or make it a working task list. Choose one purpose for your inbox and stick with it.
Create an email whitelist to ensure those messages get through, and a blacklist for what you consider spam addresses.
Update these lists frequently to keep your incoming email clean.