Outlook: Six Types of Emails

Based on all your answers about how you use email, we think that Outlook is the best fit for you.

We recently asked our readers and customers what their biggest frustration was when it came to email. And one of the most common answers we got was related to organization.

It sucks when you don’t have a system for organizing your emails for things such as responding later, reading later, or keeping for later use.

But when you can see things from a higher perspective — by looking at the more broad types of messages that are coming into your inbox — then it makes it much easier for you to get organized.

This video is one of 50 that are included in our brand-new course: Calm Inbox

Now, speaking of email…

Like you, we are fanatics about finding the best apps!

But, when it comes to managing all the crazy, a new app or workflow isn’t going to completely solve it.

This is a free sample video from our new course,

Calm Inbox is for you if you want to eliminate time-wasting emails from your day, because you are frustrated at trying to stay on top of it all.

But most importantly of all, Calm Inbox is for you if you believe that work doesn’t happen in the inbox.

The full course will walk you through, step by step, on how to get **less email and more focus**.

We show you how to handle any message that may end up in your inboxes, and walk you through how to implement the system using many popular email clients (like Airmail, SaneBox, Spark, Gmail, and Apple).

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