Inbox zero and the search for the perfect email client | Ars Technica


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july 2018 by ree
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june 2018 by poploser
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may 2018 by johnrclark
Does having thousands of unread messages drive you insane? You're not alone.
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may 2018 by andyhuey
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may 2018 by TypingPixels
Are you the sort of person who needs to read and file every email they get? Or do you delight in seeing an email client icon proudly warning of hundreds or even thousands of unread items? For some, keeping one's email inbox with no unread items is more than just a good idea: it's a way of life
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may 2018 by dvand5
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may 2018 by tgecho
For some, keeping one's email inbox with no unread items is more than just a good idea: it's a way of life, indicating control over the 21st century and its notion of productivity. Another factor was probably the nature of my job; as anyone who sits through several hours of meetings a day surely knows, staying on top of one's email becomes a welcome diversion during the many boring bits. I've never found an email client that I truly love, but I have come to terms with Apple's built-in Mail application and Airmail for both my Macs and iOS devices. Airmail provides a lot of customization—a simple settings change has allowed me to mark messages as spam right from my phone's lock screen. Outlook combines really poor calendar management with a sucky email experience, leaving death by therapeutic chocolate as the last remaining line of treatment.
may 2018 by sechilds
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may 2018 by rwillers
Are you the sort of person who needs to read and file every email they get? Or do you delight in seeing an email client icon proudly warning of hundreds or even thousands of unread items? For some, keeping one's email inbox with no unread items is more than just a good idea: it's a way of life via Pocket
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may 2018 by tbreyman
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may 2018 by Juggularity