Gmail groups together emails with the same subject in conversation threads. Make your subject a specific headline for your message so that the right messages are linked together and easier to find. Consider including action words in your subject so it’s clear what you want people to do. If the topic changes later, just change the subject accordingly. That way, you won’t have any unrelated messages linked together in your inbox.Read More
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Want to tidy up your inbox? Let Gmail automatically archive incoming emails, so you can focus on the most important messages. Create filters to delete, star, and forward your mail, or to keep certain types of messages out of spam. Ensure organization by applying labels to incoming messages, such as work, family, and more. You can even create a filter to automatically label and remove messages from your inbox, until you’re ready to view them at a more convenient time.Read More
I manage the IT Help Desk at Southern Utah University. We see a wide variety of problems on a wide variety of devices. Today we don't just help people with a desktop or notebook computer alone. Times have changed and now most users have multiple devices. It is very common to have faculty, staff, and students that come to campus with a laptop, smart phone and tablet. Because of this I get calls and emails on a daily basis from users that are having a Contact Crisis. What I mean by that is they have ether a ton of duplicate contacts, contacts on there University Gmail account are not syncing to there phone, or they just have no clue why that contacts they added on their iPad never showed up on their other devices. To further complicate things most people have multiple emails that they have connected to their phone, computer and tablet.Read More