Spark: How to Handle Emails Tasks
Based on all your answers about how you use email, we think that Spark would be the best fit for you.
There are several things that make Spark special — especially for power users. One of those features is the ability easily send emails directly to your task manager. (I’m personally a fan of Things. You can also connect Spark with apps such as OmniFocus, Todoist, and more.)
With this shortcut, you can easily toss those emails witch require action directly into your task app. Why should you care? Because the last thing you want when you open up your email is dual focus.
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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.
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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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