‘Inbox infinity': is ignoring all your emails the secret to a happy 2019?
7 monthes ago - By The Guardian
Rather than try to deal with every single email to achieve ‘inbox zero', some workers have taken to letting them pile up, unanswered. But there are downsides... At the beginning of each year, many of us look at our overflowing inboxes with horror, then make a resolution: no longer will our email account be burdened with thousands of unread messages. Instead, it will become gloriously empty. You will leave work each day knowing that you have dealt with every single message. Devotees of “inbox zero” say that having a clean email account is like having a clean conscience. No guilt about...
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