Circuit Recruitment | 28 June 2015
If you don’t already do this: use folders. As many as you need. This is a great way to begin organising your inbox. As soon as you have actioned an email, file it away in one of the folders. This will also allow you to easily locate an email if ever needed in the future.
#2 Create Rules
Most email programs allow users to create rules. Rules are a great way to organise certain emails in to specific folders as they come in. Simply put, these are commands you add to your email software, so your emails are for example automatically added to a certain folder.
#3 Use Flags and Reminders
Flags are great for setting a visual reminder of when you need to action something, whether it be today, tomorrow, next week or next month. If that’s not enough, you can include a reminder, allowing you to set a specific day and time to action something.
This one is down to personal preference. Most people don’t like to delete, since they always like to have something to refer back to if ever needed. Even if it’s just the small messages. However, if there is anything you feel you don’t need and will never need again, you should probably delete! This will keep your inbox clean and tidy.
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