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Tips To Reduce Frequent Email Checks

Tips To Reduce Frequent Email Checks

  • Check it at 11am and 4pm to make sure it isn’t the first thing you do (and get sucked into) and also so you have a clear inbox by the end of your day.
  • If your to-do list is already overflowing, add email checking times to your calendar.
  • Close your email software.
  • Don’t use an email browser client, because it will be too tempting.
  • Use a desktop app with no easily accessible shortcut.
  • Hide your email app on the last page of a folder full of apps you never go to.

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