Too much E-mail is a Dangerous Thing!
Every morning when you log into your e-mail account, all that you notice is a new stream of mails, all of them awaiting your response. How do you feel?Â Something like: “Full mailbox world record holder? Â You blame the marketing brains for it but it’s actually you who is responsible for such a flood in your inbox. Getting rid of that overload of ruthless e-mails requires some easy steps which you need to stick to. Think of the precious time you waste replying to these bugging e-mails and the list still doesn't seem to end.
Do you want to give a detox diet to your e-mail to make it come back in refreshed form? Well, it just requires putting in little bit of effort:
Empty your inbox on a regular basis, rather than using it as a warehouse for e-mails. Keep the important and necessary ones but discard the rest.
Divide and rule: Make separate sub-sections for your e-mails with the categories such as personal, business and travel. The segregation will help in managing your mailbox and emptying the excess load.
Say no to spam and delete your spam mails on a regular basis rather than letting it collect for days to pile up.
Turn off those notifications received from social networking websites which can be quite bugging and can unnecessarily stuff your mailbox. Notifications are one of the major reasons for E-mail overload and hence should be cleared regularly.
Don’t register online, as the more you subscribe to online newsletters, the more E-mails you will receive. It is hence advisable to avoid subscribing to unnecessary newsletters to avoid your mailbox from getting burdened.
It just takes some effort to maintain the bulk of your mailbox spam free. Just follow these quick and easy to follow tips and reduce the burden from your mind as well as your mailbox.