How to Organize Your Email: The Best Management Tools

Recently, I realized when I started writing my schedule down in black and white that I was spending a major chunk of my time in writing and reading emails. Can you beat the fact those three hours straight of my eight-hour work schedule in the office every day goes into reading and writing them.

Now, let me make it clear to you that I have sometimes been saved by a whacker when I have promptly read my emails from my higher-ups and saved my skin but then a majority of the emails that I receive are actually the ones that I could straight away send to trash but in view of the fact that they may turn out to be something relevant, I make sure that I open each one of them and peruse them before I eventually discard them!

So, I started to do some research on a way to find out if organizing my emails with any management tools was even probable; viable even! And what do I find?

There is not just a handful but a lot many applications, both free and paid and highly effective in filtering out business communication. I have tried a couple of them and have been extremely happy with the results. I am going to try each one of them before I decide which one it is that works best for me.

To date, an app that I read about on eCommerce website Glasgow has managed to impress me and I am looking forward to testing it before I download it into my system.

IFTTT is one another that came across as a very intelligent app. This free app that expands to If This Then That customizes responses to each sender and is capable of a lot of other things that I wanted to do but has no expertise on how to!

The application Mail Bird is also very useful. The basic version is free but once you start to use it, it will not pinch you to part with $1 per month for its premium services. Check them out. They have considerably reduced my desk time and I get a little respite from typing for hours continuously too.