Gmail Filter Pack
Hey Gmail users! Are you tired of email overload?
- Is your inbox flooded with emails from all over?
- Is the information that you’re consuming actually serving you or your business?
- Are you spending more time checking email than actually getting meaningful work done?
- Do you have a hard time locating attachments, or staying on top of projects?
- Do you wish you had a genie or personal assistant to make sense of it all?
- Are you done with not getting things done?
Then it’s time to rise above the inbox flood! Organize your inbox automatically now and forever by putting Google to work for you. With this collection of 27 Heroik Gmail Filters you can:
- Stop email overload.
- Curb your information diet.
- Increase productivity by easily focusing on the essential and important messages and tasks.
- Free your Time, Effort and Energy. Free your TEE! Reclaim a quarter of your work day.
For $9.95, you can clean and organize your Gmail inbox, liberating you from spam and costly distractions.
How much time do you spend checking email?
If you’re like the average person, the answer is at least 2.5 hours according to recent PEW Internet Research study. And, that does not count the time spent distracted after clicking a link originating from an email either. Attacking spam (illegitimate and unsolicited email) is actually a small part of the battle. Legitimate email is the real time suck and the new battlefront for your time,effort, energy and attention. Think about notifications from LinkedIn,Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Quora, Meetup, etc.
Did you know:
- The average person sifts through 143 message per day, over 80% of which are deleted in 3.2 seconds, each. It amounts to over 8 minutes of delete time. That’s assuming that you only read the subject line and don’t open a single message.
- The average person only receives 12 emails per day that require substantial work.
- 64% of employees waste at least 1 hour per day at work. 23% Spend 2 hours or more doing something other than work. Most, spend that time on social networks.
- 38% of mobile time is spent checking email. Even more time is spent on social media. Email is a very effective tool to remind us to login and get distracted from our actual work.
What do these filters do?
Let’s first start with what they don’t do. None of these filters delete your email. EVER. Period. Gmail/Google Apps is so awesome with all the space they provide that there is no need to delete anything. At any time you feel you are missing email, simply click on the “all mail” label in the gmail sidebar. The goal of these filters is to get you to focus on the essential and important items in your inbox and file the rest in folders to eliminate distractions. Some of the filters archive your junk email and file it for you like an automated personal assistant. They are filed under labels (that act like folders) in gmail that appear on the sidebar, where they can be easily identified and explored when you have the time and attention to do so.
- LinkedIn updates, notifications, discussions and connections are filtered out of the inbox filed under the label “LinkedIn”.
- Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Groupon, LivingSocial, and Meetup, are all also filtered out and filed under their corresponding labels. No more social distractions J You opt-in when you’re ready and willing to interact with the social crowd.
- The “Me and My Stuff” label is created by a filter designed to grab any email you send to yourself. It further organizes these emails based on the attachments, separating PDFs, Office docs, Music and Images for you in labels nested under the “Me and My Stuff” label.
- The “Has Attachments” filter and label does what the name implies and organizes email with attachments and further breaks them down in sub labels that include: PDF, images, music, and Office files.
- Messages from Do.com (a great tasklist /collaborative project management app), are filtered from the inbox and placed in a folder/label named “Do”
Subscriptions and newsletters are filtered out under the “Subscriptions” label. Anything and I mean anything that has the word subscribe or unsubscribe is sent here. These filters are based on common signs and trigger words of spam and newsletters that claim so much of our time and attention.
If you’re done with your Outlook addiction and Yahoo account is overflowing with mail, switch to gmail and buy this great filter pack to liberate yourself from email overload.
Step 1. Switch to gmail if you haven’t already.
Step 2. Forward all mail to your new gmail/Google Apps account.
Step 3. Notify all contacts about your new email address or auto responder.
Reduce your information diet with this collection of 27 Heroik Email Filters designed to save you time, effort and energy. By filtering out the noise and distraction of spam, subscriptions, notifications, and social network announcements.
1. Organize your inbox so you see what’s essential and important.
2. Separate files by extension types making documents, pdfs, images, and office files easy to find.
3. Easily find files, tasks and messages you send to yourself.