The average person working in a corporate office receives 120 emails every day. It takes discipline to manage such a large amount of communication! Due to its user-friendliness and organizational capabilities, many companies trust Gmail to stay on top of their inbox. If your company is one of them, you’ll want to continue reading below to see how you and your team can make the most of the Gmail experience.
For this guest post, Kaylee White at Ghergich & Co. teamed up with Quill to create a handy infographic on Gmail tips and hacks. They cover 15 ways to customize, enhance, and improve the way you manage your inbox.
We hope you enjoy it and please share with all members of your team today!
When it comes to email, plenty of people — in fact, over 1 billion of the planet’s inhabitants — rely on Gmail. It’s incredibly popular, but too many people just rely on getting what they need from Gmail and nothing more. Turns out there’s a lot they could be doing that they’re not doing, if only they knew a few extensions and hacks.
Email can quickly overwhelm. The sheer volume of email and the best way to keep tabs on it can sometimes feel like a full-time job. And many people just assume that the default configuration of Primary, Social, and Promotions is the way to go. However, just a switch to what’s called Gmail Priority Inbox lets you rely on a different way of organization that includes tabs for important and unread, starred, and everything else. How else can you make Gmail your very own and get it to work harder for you? This graphic offers some ideas.