The Way We Read Work Email is Changing

In a world where more email is sent than ever (up 53% from 2014), understanding what kinds of messages are sent, and when those messages are sent is both useful and important. Like many of you, my inbox is out of control. When I read about inbox zero, I can’t help but be a little pessimistic about the volume and manner in which the emails are responded to. In fact, if it weren’t for SaneBox and

MailButler: Finally, An Assistant for Apple Mail that Rocks!

As I write this, I’m currently in mail hell. I have 1,021 unread emails and my non-response is running over into direct messages via social media, phone calls, and text messages. I send about 100 emails and receive about 200 emails every day. And that’s not including subscriptions to newsletters that I love. My inbox is out of control and inbox zero is as realistic to me as a pink dinosaur. I’ve deployed a ton