In this issue…
- A Word From Rhonda
- Gmail Management: 10 Organizational Tips for Gmail Users
- Do you dread the thought of opening email?
- Upcoming Events
A word from Rhonda…
I’m sure you noticed you haven’t been receiving your newsletter for a few months. I needed to step back and rethink what I wanted to do with it. I know everyone is super busy and no one really has the time read so many articles in one newsletter. So I’m not, at least for a while going to be sending out the monthly newsletter the way that I have been. I’m going to test something new with you and please feel free to let me know how you like it.
For my blog and weekly update subscribers, I’m sending out weekly posts again and for my monthly subscribers I’ll still be sending out an update, but it will be different. Now, I’m going to be sending you a round up of the updates I’ve sent out to my weekly updates subscribers over the course of the month and possibly a fresh article.
I’ve started a new series of 10 Gmail Organizational Tips with the first one going out on June 17th. So you are receiving in today’s edition of The VA Source the first 5 tips.
Next month you’ll receive the next 5 tips in your monthly round-up. The following month you’ll receive the FREE tip guide that I’ve created for my subscribers to use and keep for their personal use including all the tips that have been sent out via email.
These tips are only a sneak peek into the book, Managing Gmail: Making Email Management Simple so be sure to purchase your book today!
Be sure to see the end of this newsletter for a special offer that expires September 7th for your copy of the book and / one on one training.
Gmail Management: 10 Organizational Tips for Gmail Users (1-5)
Tip #1: Turn OFF Those Tabs at the Top
They are usually a nuisance, and while they are supposed to get smarter as you teach them the filtering is a bit lacking … Read more →
Tip #2: Set up a Priority Inbox
Setting up your priority inbox in Gmail is easy and will make your Gmail management experience more enjoyable … Read more →
Tip #3: Preview Mode
You can now choose whether or not you want to want to view in preview mode or not, like to see the preview mode personally … Read more →
Tip #4: Create Labels that Make Sense for Your Needs
This is probably the most challenging in deciding what will work best. I recommend starting off with a basic structure and … Read more →
Tip #5: Unsubscribe from Those Useless eMails
Remember to unsubscribe from the stuff you don’t want to keep cluttering up your inbox, but you still want to read later. Sign up for a … Read more →