[Pauldotcom] Email Management
cgerlingjr at gmail.com
Mon Jan 5 18:11:00 UTC 2009
I have a bazillion rules for all my email accounts.
I pretty much divide everything up into broad categories, which are
different from account to account, but generally for work it's stuff like
"Crap", "Tasking", "Save", "Meetings", "Approvals", "Travel", "Training",
Chris Gerling Jr.
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On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 11:43 AM, John H. Sawyer <jsawyer at ufl.edu> wrote:
> Hey Brian,
> Congrats on your recent graduation.
> > So do you have any tips to get the information out while still
> > having time to do your job?
> E-mail: I try to stick to the Inbox Zero method but it is easy to get
> bogged down. http://www.43folders.com/izero I also do a lot of server-
> side filtering so the e-mails go into the proper buckets that I can
> review based on their importance.
> > As a follow up, how do you manage your time to keep up with news and
> > podcasts?
> News: I subscribe to all the blogs/news that I read in Google Reader.
> From there, I sync my Google account with Byline on my iPod Touch
> that caches everything for me to read offline when I'm doing
> everything from riding the bus to feeding one of my infant twins. I
> can star the items that I want to review further and do that on my
> laptop later on.
> Podcasts: iPod Touch comes into play here, again. I sync up and listen
> when I'm cooking, riding the bus, walking around campus, waiting for a
> meeting, etc.
> Hope that helps. Good luck,
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