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How to Use Gmail Keyboard Shortcuts to Save More Time

How much time do you spend on email each week? If you're like most of us, the answer is...hours. Estimates vary on exactly how much ime the average worker spends on email, but one thing is sure. Time spent on email is time that is not devoted to other tasks. In one study, participants estimated that they spent over six hours a day on personal and work email. According to the study, published by Reuters in August 2015, some participants began checking email before they even got out of bed.
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