You don’t need new tools; you just need to use the tools you have in better ways.
I’m always looking for better, faster ways to do things. And yesterday, after a conversation with my webmaster, I realized I haven’t even scratched the surface for optimizing my use of Gmail. Maybe that’s you too?
For starters, I’d found a great article on Mashable some time ago that shared 10 tips and tricks we can use to get more out of Gmail and began experimenting with them.
As a quick reference, see how many of the tips listed you already know about and are using yourself. For details, read their full post here.
- Keyboard shortcuts (Love, love, love keyboard shortcuts!)
- Undo sent messages (I’ve never used it but I set it up and like knowing it’s there.)
- Search attachments only (This one saves me time just about every day.)
- Canned responses (I’m on the fence about this one.)
- Code trick for quicker loading (I have used this now and then.)
- Incorporating dots and plus signs in filters (New to me but has potential — especially for subscription signups.)
- Add or subtract inbox tabs (Great for tab-aholics like me!)
- Inbox count in your browser tab (New to me; don’t think I need it though.)
- Starring (Will especially appeal to people who love to colour code.)
- Custom themes (I’m on the fence about this one too.)
More next time. Until then, remember to LOVE YOUR WORK, whatever it may be.
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