Summary:

I continue to fall off of the Getting Things Done wagon, so when I see articles like this one from Web Worker Daily, I try to pay attention. Mike Gunderloy covers ten e-mail organization tips ranging from usage of native e-mail app functions to third-party solutions […]

EmailI continue to fall off of the Getting Things Done wagon, so when I see articles like this one from Web Worker Daily, I try to pay attention. Mike Gunderloy covers ten e-mail organization tips ranging from usage of native e-mail app functions to third-party solutions to smarter ways to work. I routinely get around 150 to 200 e-mails a day, which eats up a large chunk of my time. If I had to guess, I’d say I spend more time reading & writing mail than any other activity.

There’s definitely some new techniques in Mike’s list that I’ll be trying, especially the "make your folders work for you" section: it’s been way too long since I reviewed and tweaked my folder hierarchy!

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