Saturday, May 12, 2007

Tips for Better E-Mail, Part 6: Silence Those Bells and Whistles!

Try living without the auto-notice feature. Those seconds spent looking at your e-mail inbox each time a new message arrives kill the flow of whatever you were doing, and they add unnecessary minutes to thinking about what those e-mails may contain. Then those minutes become hours. Turn off the auto-notice to reduce interruptions, if you can get away with it.

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