Mission 33: How To Simplify Email Management


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52 Organizing Missions

Welcome to Mission 33 of our 52 Get Organized Missions.

Remember when it used to be fun to receive new email? These days the inbox is more a pain than a pleasure for most people.

If you’d like to reclaim a sense of control over your cyber-intray, just follow the 4 email-management steps in this mission.

Remember: you only need 30 minutes for the basic mission. Extended Options are below.

Note: This week’s mission is adapted from Chapter 6 of Inbox Zen: 7 Simple Steps for Making Peace With Your Email.

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6 thoughts on “Mission 33: How To Simplify Email Management

  1. AT&T Email Support says:

    What i used to do to sort my inbox is i delete unwanted emails, but there are some emails that I want to retain related to my business clients, colleagues and employees .that can be helpful to clarify any miscommunication.so I found a technique for managing my inbox, now I mark emails with specific labels or categories.

  2. outlook customer support says:

    I use Outlook and to manage your emails in outlook you can create Folders
    In the “Folder” tab, click “New Folder.”
    The “Create New Folder” window will appear.
    Enter a name for your folder in the “Name” field.
    In the bottom section of the window, select where you want the folder to be located.
    Click ok.

  3. [email protected] says:

    We would organize our emails as follows:
    Spend 15 minutes a day deleting your unwanted emails
    Spend about 15 minutes a day unsubscribing DO NOT OPEN ANYTHING IN YOUR JUNK/SPAM/SCAM DELETE ONLY: Reason is viruses can be in those documents and the minute you open your computer is infected and usually you have to have technician strip the computer and put all your information back. It is possible your antivirus will take care of it for you.
    Emails you want to keep: Create file folders and move then into the appropriate folder.

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