Remember when you actually enjoyed checking your email? I do.
I used to feel like Meg Ryan in “You’ve Got Mail” each time I had a new message in my desolate inbox, but now that romanticism has faded and morphed into a short overwhelming state of panic each morning I check my email. And as entrepreneurs and small business owners, you’re familiar with this feeling. According to McKinsey Global Institute, the average person spends 13 hours per week sending, sorting, and sifting through email- that’s roughly 28% of your work week. Tweet This!
But luckily for you, me, and every entrepreneur incessantly buried in digital requests, Gmail is an awesome tool. The platform offers plenty of tools and shortcuts to help you manage your time- and sanity. In a recent post, the members of the YEC introduced us to 14 essential Gmail secrets that enable small business owners to boost productivity, manage leads, and facilitate sales.
Because of the article’s success, we’ve created a handy-dandy infographic to guide you when you’re feeling bogged down by the volume of your inbox. Become a Gmail super user by utilizing these 14 Gmail secrets.