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Each and every day, 193.3 billion emails are sent around the world. More than half of those are business emails. The average person spends 28 percent of the workweek reading and responding to email, which equates to 13 hours a week. So what do we do about all this email dependence? Thankfully there are tools and strategies to cut down on inbox overload and get organized. Considering an estimated two-thirds of the emails in an average inbox are not important, regular inbox cleaning, archiving, and unsubscribing can do wonders. Project managers and instant messaging systems, including Slack, Pie, Rocket.Chat, and Team Tracker App, can all help workers collaborate without (or with fewer) emails. Check out the infographic below to learn how to cut down on your outgoing and incoming emails.
Do you ever feel like you have way too much to do? Overwhelmed by so many little things you need to get done you can’t even think about the big tasks or get to the important stuff you need to do?
Well…embrace the 2 minute rule and you will find you feel more productive, less stressed, and have the time to get to what really matters!
Email provides all of us with many conveniences but it can also increase our burdens. The amount of emails we all receive can be daunting to say the least. The good news is there are several tips you can implement that will reduce your incoming email and also give you some time back to increase your productivity in other areas.
Technology provides all sorts of individuals, professionals as well as homebodies, ease of convenience. Almost everyone has a computer and uses email communication regularly.
Many people avoid telephones as much as possible unless they are texting or on social media. Practically no one today hand writes letters to friends, family, or colleagues. Email is a way of life and one of the most used methods to communicate with others.
While email provides quick communication it can also be burdensome with just the sheer volume of emails you receive on a daily or hourly basis. There are 4 tips to employ that will reduce your incoming email and allow vital time to be productive for more pressing matters.
1. Review your current list of senders and communication.