Posts filed under: Email

In life, we often see solutions in search of a problem. They tend to focus on a narrow subjects. The complexity tends to outweigh any benefits. When you look at the tools you are already using, you realize you don't...
Want to know if someone opens the emails you send? Want to know if an email you receive is being tracked by the sender? ...
Use Gmail's "Canned Responses" for those common-needed email replies....
Over the last several weeks, we have discussed points from the December 1 #ALedchat. Jennifer Hogan was kind enough to ask me to guest moderate. A great deal of discussion came out of the questions asked. This blog series has...
The email subject line is the thing we see first, yet it is the part of the email which seems to get the least thought. Find out how you can do a better job....
What do other people do that negatively impacts your productivity? If you or someone you know just can't seem to respond to messages, read on....
Gmail is the tool which handles all of my email accounts. I like it because I can access it and handle it from anywhere. Archiving or deleting a message on one device handles it across all devices. At the end...
Fragmentation is a real and growing problem in today’s society. We know that to produce anything of quality, we must focus and maintain that focus for a period of time. Today’s society, however, is moving in the opposite direction at...
“No, I never got that email.” Is that your awkward reply when asked why you didn’t respond to that important email? “Check your spam folder and see if it’s there,” you are told. Now, awkwardness turns to embarrassment when you...
We have research that shows email makes us stupid! A study done in Great Britain, conducted back in 2005, found that email lowers our IQ by 10 points. Hewlett-Packard commissioned the study which found that the constant interruptions of email, instant...