8 email tips and tricks to make managing your inbox much easier
While the proliferation of tools like Slack have made it easier to chat with colleagues in real-time, there's a good chance email is still very much a part of your daily routine.
But if email is the primary form of contact for work-related communications, it can be difficult to manage your inbox - especially if you're in meetings or focusing on a deadline-driven project.
With this in mind, major email providers like Google and Microsoft have added several new time-saving features over the years that can help you get your inbox under control.
Here's a look at some easy tips that can help prevent your inbox from overflowing. It's worth noting that some of these features may vary depending on the version of Outlook you're using.
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Search for an email by subject, recipient, and more.
Schedule or delay email delivery.
Unsubscribe from an email list.
Have Google or Microsoft help you respond to emails.
Automatically sort emails from a specific sender into a designated folder.
Organize your emails with labels.
Let Microsoft clean up your inbox.
Have Google write your subject line for you.