Inbox zero may seem like an unachievable goal—and if you spend all of your time in your inbox, responding and processing email, you’re probably taking time away from other equally important tasks. If you’re reaching your email boiling point, we might have a solution: SaneBox.
SaneBox is an email filtering service designed for teams—and simply put, it helps your company manage email chaos. For a nominal cost ($10 to $25/month per user), SaneBox tackles your inbox by completing the following tasks:
– Analyze importance of incoming emails
– Move unimportant emails to a separate folder
– Summarize your emails into a digest
– Work like a personal assistant that does not let unimportant tasks interrupt you
Sounds promising, doesn’t it? If you decide to use SaneBox, it works on your current mail infrastructure—no installation or file download required. Once you’ve set up SaneBox, the filtering tool works by creating a folder in your email account. When new email is received, SaneBox goes to work and decides if it goes into the trash bin or if it stays in your inbox. You can check your filtered emails anytime by going to your SaneBox folder. Plus, you’ll have access to the following features:
One-click unsubscribe: With just one click you can unsubscribe to spam emails and move those emails immediately to trash.
Defer non-urgent emails: As mentioned earlier, most emails can wait. With Sanebox, you will be able to defer emails of your choosing so you can deal with them at a later time.
Follow up reminder: Sanebox will also remind you when an email you sent goes unanswered for a certain length of time.
Dropbox integration: This functionality is a favorite as it cleans up your storage space and keep you organized allowing you to send attachments to your Dropbox folder.
Salesforce integration: This functionality allows you to filter your inbox based on income potential.
Interested in a test drive? SaneBox is offering a free 14-day trial so you can dive in and see if it might be an ideal solution for your team. And if you do give it a try, stop back by and let us know what you think.
In the meantime, it’s time to ‘fess up. Have you figured out an ideal email management solution? Or is your inbox the bane of your existence?
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