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Manage your email like a boss

Social communication is on the verge of evolving and is predicted to take over email but it still has a long journey to cover. It’s because Email is far more important than just to be taken over. It serves as a best means of communication for professional as well as personal relationships. Businesses use email every day in order to reach to new, existing, and future customers.

But it mostly happens that our inbox gets overloaded due to plenty of emails and our poor management. But what’s the use of technology’s advancement when it cannot makes its own work faster and easier? Today’s technological strategies have provided us with smart filtering, automation, and artificial intelligence to help us adopt some of the effective habits for managing our emails.

Following are the most active applications that can be used to manage your emails effectively.

Unroll.me:

For decluttering, organizing, as well as categorizing, Unroll app is considered the best. By listing all the subscriptions, it makes it easy for you to unsubscribe from the ones you don’t like. It is free and is available only for iOS and Web.

https://unroll.me/

Alto Mail:

This application allows you to keep all your accounts on one place. This mail organizing app features “Stacks” for managing emails effectively. It is free and is available for iOS , Android, and Web. It is also compatible with Gmail, Exchange, icloud, and more.

https://www.altomail.com/

ProtonMail:

It is a security-focused tool that helps to manage an email faster. By providing a user-friendly interface ProtonMail offers great security. With end-to-end encryption, the app ensures that not even the creators can have a look at your emails. It is available for iOS, Android, and Web.

https://protonmail.com/

EasilyDo Mail:

This is an application that comes with an innovative built-in assistant. It provides an extremely fast search with the keyboard or contact. It also helps you to easily unsubscribe from irritating newsletters. With this app, emails can also be categorized and it is available on just iOS and Android. No fee is charged for this application.

http://www.easilydomail.com/

Spark:

For managing your emails, Spark is a real smart and fast app. It manages to bring the most important emails on the top of the list. It divides your emails into three categories i.e. personal, Newsletters, and Notifications and it can be used both on iOS and Mac. No price is charged for using this application.

https://sparkmailapp.com/

SaneBox:

This is an innovative app that has a built-in auto filter. The ability of this auto-filter is to recognize the important emails, secondary, and spam. It can be connected with your Google or Yahoo account. It is priced from $7.00 per month and also provides other features such as reminders, automatic attachments, etc.

https://www.sanebox.com/

Airmail:

This is another fast application for managing your emails. Gmail, Exchange EWS, POP3, and IMAP are all supported by AirMail. It is available on iOS and Android. It is priced around $4.99 on monthly basis.

http://airmailapp.com/

Dispatch:

That’s the perfect application to manage your emails on the go. It offers features to delete, archive, or mark your emails as spam. For answering common emails, this feature allows you to create short snippets within minutes. It cost $6.99 for all users and is available only for iOS.

http://www.dispatchapp.net/

Newton Mail:

This simple app has some great features. It offers an email delay function and allows you to schedule your emails for later. It is available on iOS< Mac, and Android. For the first fourteen days this application can be used for free but after that it can be purchased with $49.99 for the whole year.

https://newtonhq.com/

Boxer:

This is an email management tool for both iOS and Android. Boxer allows you to inegrate a smart calendar, create contacts, and help you connect with other applications that store your contact lists. It is available for free and supports Gmail, Exchange, Yahoo, iCloud, AOL, and Outlook.

http://www.getboxer.com/

Via: Forbes

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Written by Hisham Sarwar

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