Email Management

Managing email is a major task. Knowledge workers spend 28% of their time on email.-bakadesuyo.com. Luckily, there is lots of information available on how to handle it. Listed below are a few links to articles I have found helpful.

The four D’s for decision making are similar to the ones for paper management.

Getting To Done: email triage at Lifehacker describes a folder system.

Tips for Mastering E-mail Overload by Stever Robbins.

An Inbox Zero Resolution

Melin Mann at 43 Folders has an “Inbox Zero” series. Here is a slideshare.

For those interested in Getting Things Done, Gmail has a GTD Firefox extension.

8 Things Email is Good For and How To Keep Your Inbox Empty: 7 Simple Email Tactics from timemanagementninja.com

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2 comments on “Email Management
  1. […] also: Email management & Sticky Wiki Time […]

  2. […] tasks. Determine peak time and use it well. Eliminate time wasters. Remind yourself. Manage email. Plan weekly.Plan daily. Plan […]

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