If you are the one who receives many emails everyday, it looks like your inbox is out of control. Sometimes it is hard to determine who sent the latest mail or whose mail contains the most important.
Looking at your inbox, you might think of organizing it. Having a better approach to improve it can be tedious but it can save you a lot when there are important and critical mail issue on your inbox.
Organizing an email inbox may take some your time, but when you are finish, you might reward yourself for doing a fantastic job. Sometimes you will find it annoying that almost 50 percent of your mails are spam messages. It is therefore important to properly organize your mail to keep your peace of mind.
When you receive more than 100 emails a day, thinking of organizing it can be tiring and boring, as I have said, you might reward yourself for doing it. You can delete, manage or save your mails from inbox.
With my kind of work, it is natural to receive a lot of mails from contacts and business inquiries. With this, I often misled as to who mailed the latest and who has an important message. In other words, it is confusing whom to respond first.
If you are one of those who receive a lot emails, then you can organize it by creating a folder. On the left side of your mail, right click on the folder or simply click on the + sign located at the right of the folder menu on your inbox then create new folder. Rename the folder using the name of your contact. Like for example, you write on the folder name ‘Liza’ and put all mails you receive from her to that folder and then do likewise from the rest of your contact lists. This way you can determine who emails you on a particular day and also you can have your inbox folder clean.
It is also wise that whenever you receive a mail, read it at once. This will help you avoid full inbox, also you can immediately delete those mails that are not really important rather than ignoring them and try to read later is not a good habit. When your inbox is full of unread messages, it becomes harder to find email and even harder to recognize the latest mail much more so of determining if the email content is important or not.
Everyday reading will help you to determine spam messages from genuine mail messages. Those unwanted, unsubscribe and unknown emails can be move to your spam folder. This way unnecessary mail can be avoided.
Using an ISP or Internet Service Provider is best since it can block possible spam messages and will go directly to your spam folder.
If you have an auto responder, it would help you to avoid bulk letters if you turn it off once in a while. Those auto email response can gather a lot of email over load.