In order to not only get to but also maintain "Inbox Zero" it's important to have a system for filtering out non-essential and non-urgent messages so you are not constantly distracted with notifications about emails you don't need to take action on immediately. Zack demonstrates his best practices for filtering out messages with paperwork as well as messaged in which you are CC'd.
- [Instructor] In previous lessons, I've introduced you…to the concept of Inbox Zero.…And you've also learned how to climb out of the black hole…of an overflowing inbox and declare email bankruptcy.…But unless you have a system to process…incoming information and new messages,…you will inevitably end up in the same position…with 20,0000 unprocessed messages without a permanent home.…And homeless emails are frankly just kind of sad.…So in this lesson, I want to help you…start filtering a lot of the unnecessary noise…in your inbox, so you never have to see messages…that don't require further action.…
So we're here, once again, in our tutorial, Email Inbox.…And in a previous lesson, I showed you how to filter out…all these productions messages and apply a label,…but for the sake of this tutorial,…I have moved them back into the inbox…because we're going to filter these even further.…You'll see that all of these are sent from the same person,…and this is basically a temporary email account…that's used to demonstrate what it looks like to get…
- File management
- Time blocking
- Cleaning up your email inbox
- Organizing and prioritizing notifications
- Selecting apps to help you with task and time management
- Filtering email messages and paperwork
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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