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Now and then it’s nice to have an empty inbox. Not every day, but at least once a week. During a week you probably get a lot of emails – important messages mixed with subscriptions, which makes it difficult to keep track of all tasks that needs to be prioritised. The more unmanaged emails we have in the inbox, the worse our performance becomes.
If you follow these simple email management tips, you will get an empty inbox at least once a week.
I was really good at this at one point, but have recently become lazy. It can easily happen when you have a lot to do and new emails keep arriving in the mail bin. But it’s quite easy to get started again with the list above. And if you think about it, it’s even more important to be structured when we have a lot to do.
How do you manage your mail basket? Please come with tips that can improve for all of us.