Is email sapping your time and life force? Dealing with your inbox can feel like both a business imperative and a burden. Discover how some reformed email bingers learned to shift priorities, create better systems, and free up time to work on what matters.
Encouraging readers to email what's on their mind has always been a priority here. And you've kept my inbox hoppin'. Most of what I receive really merits mention on Chipur, but I needed to come up with a practical way of getting the info to you. Problem solved. Here's the first edition of Chips Off the Old Block...
Every email is a potential distraction. You can manage your emails using rules, priority flags, and color categories. This automated workflow will help you keep your Outlook inbox clear and your mind free from clutter. Consider automated conditional inbox formatting to take your productivity to the next level. Show More Summary
In an earlier piece, we explored how adults with ADHD can identify their priorities. Because often it can seem like everything is equally important and pressing. Your phone is ringing. Constantly. Your inbox is receiving new emails. Every few minutes. You have a meeting you […]
Autostraddle's senior editors are answering more of your Priority Inbox questions in another episode of A+ Inbox LIVE! This week's topics include profile pics, avoiding the role of experimental queer gateway drug, passive aggressive co-workers, space and even more puppy barks. The post A+ Inbox LIVE! #3: I Am Really Fond of Mermaids appeared first on Autostraddle.
Autostraddle's senior editors are answering more of your Priority Inbox questions in another episode of A+ Inbox LIVE! This week's topics include sourdough starters, liking your own comments, and emailing exes after breakups! Also? Puppies barking. The post A+ Inbox LIVE! #2: Did You Get to Make Jam? appeared first on Autostraddle.
Get your ears and feelings ready for all five of Autostraddle's senior editors answering your Priority Inbox questions LIVE and pretty much unedited, in a podcast! Whew! The post A+ Inbox LIVE! Podcast #1: Get Kicked Out of Chorus appeared first on Autostraddle.
Email marketing is changing. Today, more and more people are viewing emails from their mobile devices. People are getting more email than ever. And products like Priority Inbox show users the most important emails first. So, how can your marketing email stand out in an already crowded inbox? The first step is with the subject […]
With a growing number of mobile applications available to download, and only a handful that see regular usage, push notifications have become one of the only ways for developers to grab users’ attention in order to get them to re-open their app and re-engage with their content. Show More Summary
TOP STORIES To get The Morning Email, HuffPost's daily roundup of the news, in your inbox, sign up here. WHEN SUPER MONEY UNITES "Historically, the Koch network and Adelson have had different top-line priorities. Kochworld has focused...Show More Summary
The Microsoft Office team will soon turn on a new feature for email called "Clutter." Similar to Google's Priority Inbox, Clutter tries to figure out which emails you really need and sweep the rest out of view. It was introduced last fall as an option but in June, Microsoft will turn it on by default, the company explained in a blog post. Show More Summary
Keeping track of your most important email messages is a tough job at the best of times, even with the aid of tools like Gmail’s priority inbox and various anti-spam filters. If you’re one of those people who receives massive … Continue reading ?
There's a danger that once you've replied to a thread in Gmail it can sink lower and lower down your priority list and eventually get forgotten about altogether. If you want to make sure that you're following up important messages when they don't get a response, then this popular browser extension is one way to go about it. Read more...
Dropping into my inbox today - yours too, probably - is one from NJ state Democrats informing me they want - no, "need" to know what my 2015 priorities are. What issues I - you, we - want to see action on, presumably from them. Frankly, I like all the choices. Show More Summary
I use gmail’s priority inbox to sort my mail into stuff I need to see and stuff I don’t. The reality is that I don’t see anything that does not go into my priority inbox unless I do a search (which I do quite often). Google launched priority inbox four years ago and I have […]
Email is one of the least secure ways to communicate, but it's also one of the most common. With the recent revelations that the NSA is spying on everyone security has become a bigger priority in people's lives, and businesses are looking to cash in. Yahoo! just announced they're joining Google and Microsoft in efforts to encrypt their email service.
Google Gmail has launched a new feature called “Priority Inbox“. It is very useful to users but is a new challenge for those who are dedicated to direct marketing through email. The new Inbox for Gmail priorities serves to categorize and sort all mail automatically goes to our account. Show More Summary
iOS: You've got a lot of options for different email clients on your iPhone, but Skimbox hopes to set itself apart by offering a different take on a Gmail-style priority inbox. Read more...
A new application called Skimbox is attempting to take on the heady challenge of fighting email overload in a way that makes sense for both consumers and the enterprise. The app, launching first on iOS, uses the concepts popularized by Mailbox - with its various swipes and gestures - as a way to move through email messages. Show More Summary
Good God, my inbox has become where sales pitches go to die. Or multiply. I can’t decide. Nordstrom. Bloomingdale’s. Neiman Marcus. When have I ever even shopped at Neiman Marcus? Google Priority Inbox nicely throws them all below the fold, and new proposed tabs would throw them in an even worse ghetto: Promotions. It’s a lauded attempt to segment all...