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How much of your work day is spent looking at email? Most people spend hours copying, forwarding, sorting, tagging, archiving, and replying to emails day after day, week after week. With all that time spent, little changes can have big results. You can get a lot more done in less time. You can have a greater impact with a lot less effort. We put together all of our best and handiest email management tips into one guide, so you can take your inbox to the next level.
Here are just a few practical things you'll learn in this guide:
How (and how often) to check your email
When to archive and when to delete
Handy tips for organizing and tagging
Gmail and Outlook tricks
The best keyboard shortcuts
And much more!
We spend an average of five hours a day dealing with work email. Why do we spend so much time?
Learn the basics of organizing and managing your email so you can take back control of your day.
Learn how to create a system to sort and identify important emails quickly.
Learn the basics of managing email in Gmail, Outlook, and Front, plus their benefits and setbacks.
Learn more about the benefits using shared inboxes can have for working teams.