A 154,000 emails. That is how many emails I have received in 3 years.
If you are like me, you struggle with email.
On one hand email is very convenient. When I first started practicing in 2005, I didn’t have an email account. All correspondence was by mail. I would receive a letter. Think about how I wanted to respond. Then respond by letter. Now I mail a few letters a month.
On the other hand, I receive 100s of non-essential emails every day – listservs, newsletters, and ads. Sorting through this stream of emails is less efficient than my letter writing days.
Emails from clients and counsel are very important. Listserv emails are non-essential.
Sanebox prioritizes emails from contacts. Those emails arrive in my inbox.
Sanebox digests all of those listserv emails and sends them to me in one email. One email with headings. One email that comes at the end of the day.
Sanebox allows me to “blackhole” emails from senders that I never want to hear from again.
Sanebox No Response allows me to see emails that I have sent and haven’t received a response from. Very useful to make sure things don’t fall through the cracks.
It learns my preferences. It is easy for me to correct any decision it makes.
In a word, Sanebox is: wonderful.
Efficiency experts estimate that every interruption costs 23 minutes. That is the amount of time it takes us to focus back on the task we were working on.
With Sanebox you’ll have fewer interruptions. You’ll have more time. More time for what actually matters.
You can try Sanebox for yourself for free for 2 weeks. If you click on this link and sign up, I’ll receive $5 off. I promise you that I’m not recommending Sanebox for this reason. It’s just FCC regulations require me to disclose this.
Sanebox gets an “A Connecticut Law Blog” seal of approval. I only recommend services that I have used for a period of time and believe they make a positive difference in my life.
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