We’ve all gotten terrible emails. Too long, too short, angry-sounding, unclear, full of grammar errors—the mistakes come in all forms. It’s especially bad to get a bad email from your supplier or a salesperson. In
Information flows quickly in a law office. A new case comes in. It’s assigned to a senior partner, who enlists the office’s interns to begin research. The administrative staff gets involved. Other partners get involved. . . .
Modern productivity starts with email. According to a Mckinsey study, knowledge workers spend 28% of their day on email. That’s 11 hours a week in your inbox. Fully 14 weeks of the year (assuming a . . .
Ever download emails to PDF? If so, we have a brand new Chrome extension we think you’ll love. It’s called Save emails to PDF. It’s free to use for anyone who uses Gmail. With one . . .
It’s not easy to stay organized. And if you have a team, it’s exponentially more difficult to manage everyone. That’s why we love using shared Gmail labels. For our small team, they let us keep . . .