Gmail tips: how to boost your email productivity [infographic]

We’re all searching for ways to increase efficiency and maximize our productivity.

For busy professionals, it can seem like there are never enough hours in the day to complete all the tasks that need to be done.

But what if I told you there was a simple way to create more time in your workday to devote to parts of your job most?

No, it’s not black magic.

You can increase your efficiency with Gmail to spend less time in your inbox and more time on important tasks like.

According to the McKinsey Global Institute, the average person spends 13 hours per week, or 28 percent of their time, sorting through and responding to emails.

There is a lot of time that can be regained here by simply improving your efficiency with email.

If you’re using Gmail since it’s a free Google tool, there are a number of ways you can improve your efficiency with the platform.

GetVoIP has put together a guide that walks through the wide variety of tips and tricks you can use to take back control of your email inbox.

These Gmail tips include:

  • Using canned responses
  • Enabling ‘Send and Archive’
  • Utilizing ‘Priority Inbox’
  • Muting irrelevant threads
  • Creating helpful filters
  • Using keyboard shortcuts

By making use of these time-saving tips, you can avoid being bogged down by email and instead focus more on your key responsibilities.

Check out this infographic below by GetVoIP to learn more about how you can boost your email productivity:

Gmail Tips Infographic compressed

This infographic was created by GetVoIP.

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