Organize Your Gmail

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We all get a lot of email. Some of it we don’t want but most of the email that we receive is necessary for our work.

Google’s Gmail does a good job of filtering out the email we don’t want to the Spam folder. But what about the rest of our email? What’s the best way to go through and organize your email to make it more manageable?

Gmail has a great feature called ‘labels’. Instead of being limited to one folder, you can apply as many labels as you’d like to one email. This can take some time to get used to when compared to a folder system. But once you get the hang of it, you’ll start seeing the benefits. The main benefit of labels is that it makes searching for an email much easier and faster.

For more information on labels check out Google’s help page:

Create labels to organize Gmail