Taming the E-mail Beast Using MS Outlook and/or Gmail
Key Strategies for Managing Your E-mail Overload
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February 10, 2021
Iowa Society of Association Executives
Description: Every day, managers and professionals are getting buried under a continuing stream of both useful and useless e-mail. Without a system for getting "control of the beast", professionals spend much of their work (and personal) time spinning wheels and feeling highly unsatisfied. If you would like to get control of your e-mail "beast", you should attend this program. Learn a proven system for taming your e-mail account, with strategies for keeping your inbox efficient and under control by building and administering a personal "e-mail infrastructure". Reduce the mess in your inbox by having "natural" places for your e-mails to go. Learn how to get rid of all those "quick little" e-mails once and for all, as well as how to mitigate or even eliminate much of that annoying junk and spam. Learn several key technical tips for better managing your e-mail using market-leading software like MS Outlook and/or Gmail.Expand summary
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