Managing Email Overload

Sep 10, 2012   //   by John Tabita   //   Business  //  No Comments

Whether you’re in business or not, you most likely suffer from email overload. However, the consequences of overlooking Aunt Mabel’s email about the family reunion has less dire consequences than missing one from your biggest client. (Or maybe I just don’t know your Aunt Mabel well enough.)

I wrote about taking control of your inbox in a recent SitePoint article, but if you want to dig deeper into the topic, here are some useful links from around the web:

How I Organize my Email, Lists and Brainstorming: My Holy Trinity of Productivity

How to use Getting Things Done (GTD), tasks lists, and a brainstorming-info dump “Tickler” to keep your organizational wheel turning.

The Simple Guide to Managing Your Email More Effectively

As common it is for everyone to have email, most people still do not know how to properly manage their inboxes.

The Inbox Makeover

The key to managing important e-mail messages is to evaluate each one for the response it requires and then quickly convert that evaluation into action.

Separate Your Email from Your To-Do’s

Even if you empty your inbox every day, it’s still not easy to track the messages. You’ve actually got to DO something.

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