Email Overload – Strategies To Reduce Email Overload

I’m hard-pressed to think of anyone who isn’t experiencing email overload on a regular basis (except my grandmother, she still loves getting new emails!).

That’s why I think it’s so important for each of us to take on the task of learning some new strategies to reduce email overload.

Today’s getting techy with it tip is all about installing a little-known feature in Google Mail to save you time.

Email Overload Gmail Tip

I love Gmail, and I have video tutorial on setting up Google Apps for small business here – in case you haven’t set your account up yet.

How Inbox Zero Reduces Email Overload

Beyond the quick Gmail tip I showed you in the video, you’ll want to learn the Inbox Zero philosophy to email management.

Inbox Zero is all about moving, filtering, and processing emails so that your inbox is NOT your to-do list.

Admit it… sometimes your inbox turns into your todo list, and you dread looking in there because each new email represents another task you need to handle.

With Inbox Zero, email overwhelm is a thing of the past.

What Other Email Overload Tips Do You Have?

Since we’re all email users, I’d LOVE for you to share your email overload reducing tips in the comments below.

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