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Emails are a wonderfully useful solution, and quite possibly one of the most commonly used ones in the workplace today. However, not everyone is using every capability that their email solutions offer - and it has led to a lot of time being wasted in the workplace. For this week’s tip, we’ll review how to help cut back on the time spent organizing your emails. Adobe releases an Email Usage Study each year, and in July 2019, their study returned some striking results. According to the responses they received, adults spend about five hours per day checking their email. This is generally split up between their personal accounts - with two hours spent - and their work accounts - which are used for three. While this survey only collected responses from a total of 1002 people, making it less statistically significant than would be ideal, it still reveals some telling trends...namely, how exactly people are spending their time - more specifically, 21 percent of the entire day. For reference, the recommended period of sleep that we are supposed to receive is 30 percent. That’s a pretty significant chunk of time spent checking email. Fortunately, email platforms are now equipped with features that help users sort through their messages.
- Written by Ken Fletcher
- Published: 30 Oct 2019
Organization Using Filters and RulesIt isn’t unheard of for an email inbox to suddenly contain emails that number in the hundreds or even thousands, which makes the thought of finding one specific email daunting. However, email clients enable you to sort through all the mess.
GmailGoogle’s email client provides users with a few different ways to sort their emails. For starters, a user can have their emails automatically split within their inbox into any of five distinct, set categorizes: