It’s not unknown that email is one of the most unproductive thing, because, even though it serves as a mean of communication, it takes so much time and interrupts many processes and, trying to escape its trap would be a beneficial thing.
I have been trying to learn about a lot of tricks and habits about emails, like filters, redirections and so on, and in this article I will try to share a simple, but effective technique that can save you a lot of time.
I have three email addresses that I use right now and I have opened them in order to be more productive, get more important things done and have a fulfilling feeling at the end of the day. One is my main one, where I get all the emails from my Professors, friends, colleagues and social media (where I use a lot of filters to organize them in different categories). The other one is my Mailing List inbox, where I get the emails from websites that I have subscribed to, like CalNewport.com, ZenHabits.net and JamesClear.com. And the third one is my Send only inbox, which I use when I need to only send an email and that I don’t want to see whether somebody has sent me anything or not. Continue reading