Taming Email Overload With SaneBox

May 12th, 2012 § 3 comments

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Information explosion (Photo credit: Emilie Ogez)

Sanebox, this is a startup i really like, because they make my inbox managable.  they are for email, what evernote is for notes. they just get it.

Taming Email Overload With SaneBox

Calling email overload “a crisis in communication”, TechCrunch Founder Michael Arrington issued a challenge back in 2008: “Someone needs to create a new technology that allows us to enjoy our life but not miss important messages.

via: techcrunch.com

basically, it’s just a ‘priority inbox’ that actually works – they classify less important emails correctly, and they send me a summary at the end of the day. it turns out, most of unimportant stuff is just spam, or automated reminders that I can just glance over and forget.

simple concept, that makes all of us a bit more productive – how much does the planet gain, if we all save 30 mins each day?

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