We at The Muse have been using (read: obsessed with) email scheduling tool Boomerang for Gmail for quite some time now. We’ve found that it not only helps us better manage our inboxes, but that it’s actually helped us improve our communication and boost o
There's a danger that once you've replied to a thread in Gmail it can sink lower and lower down your priority list and eventually get forgotten about altogether. If you want to make sure that you're following up important messages when they don't get a re
Time capsules needn’t only be objects, and their intervals needn’t be decades. Like Ulysses with the Sirens, we can decide whether to trust our past or future selves simply by confronting them. Send later features and functions aren’t just ways of disguis
Can making email into a game make you more productive, encourage you to develop better habits and make email more fun? That's the idea behind Baydin's The Email Game, which applies gameplay mechanics to the process of working through your inbox....
A few weeks after releasing Boomerang for Gmail to the world, we started receiving inquiries from our users asking how they could donate some money or "tip us" in appreciation of our hard work. We also heard from users who insisted they wouldn’t rely on a
We've covered Boomerang for Gmail from Baydin a number times in the past, but today the company has introduced a range of new features available to users on an all-new premium plan, as well as the addition of keyboard shortcuts for users on all plans.
Boomerang is like an email magic trick. The plugin lets you schedule emails to be sent whenever you'd like, hide messages for later (like hitting a snooze button), and has a number of other useful abilities to ease your inbox woes.
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In today's "there's a week for everything news," National Clean Out Your Inbox Week is upon us once again.
If you use Gmail or Outlook as your e-mail provider, Boomerang is a must-have tool to keep you on top of your important e-mails.
Inbox Pause: This ingenious tool adds a giant “pause” button to your Gmail in-box. One click stops all incoming e-mails until you click it again. It’s a godsend for those times when you need to cut out all distractions.
Two hours and 14 minutes. That's how long on average it takes for workers to sift through the stacks of email they get every single day. When you break down the eight-hour work day, that comes out to more than 25% of "work time" spent on digital...
A perusal of the leading third-party apps downloaded to enterprise Google domains yields an astounding array of productivity solutions now being downloaded from the cloud, ranging from collaboration platforms to electronic signature services to presentati
There are ways to heal yourself and fix your inbox after it becomes an intimidating, guilt-inducing, unknowable mess. You can declare Email Bankruptcy, or just triage the last week of email and start over. You can implement a system like Inbox...
What's apps/tools/software can't you live without?
Tom: Number one is definitely Boomerang for Gmail—once you have this it's game over. No one can keep up with you. They'll always wonder, "How does he stay up on everything?!"
Ilan: Boomerang for Gmail,
Without actually having seen Mann's video, I came up with a bare-bones version of Inbox Zero for myself, which began with archiving my entire inbox—cutting my losses and starting from manufactured scratch. It was exhilarating and terrifying; I f...