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Advanced Gmail tips
Some advanced Gmail tips to simplify work and emotional life
Managing email flow became part of workers (students, managers, even freshers) daily job. But, the email is not free - it is a hard task to read and respond to an email. see https://hbr.org/2013/04/email-is-not-free#.
In the above article, Tom Cochran identified that it cost 95 cents (of labor costs) per email. So, if you have worked on 100 emails per week, then it is $95.
Tip: Shallow email reading affects our attention residue and decrease task efficiency.
Always schedule send an email at least one hour. Of course, it depends on what work you do. I am a bridge designer, so one hour works for me.
Let us say you want all your bank statements to go into the archive, then
To get predictive responses use scheduling with snooze. It will activate the email after certain time. Email anxiety is real!
Snooze the email by the following time. If you feel anxious by various emails snoozing will help.
Every three months, decide the mails that are essential and archive them. Discard the remaining. Four times a year.