Inbox Snooze Looks Like a Winner for Finding Time

Inbox or Gmail, Inbox or Gmail. Have you settled on one or the other yet? One of the things I weigh, when looking at any new tool, is whether the efficiencies it offers make up for what’s lost when you let go of what’s familiar and move on to something new. 

Google Inbox, Gmail, and Your Time

Google Inbox and Gmail offer two different venues for accessing and managing your e-mail. So, how do you choose which one to use? If you’re already a Gmail user, why would you switch? We did some searching on-line and collected some information 

Gmail – It’s Never too Late to Learn New Tricks to Find Time!

Gmail is everywhere, and if you’re a user, you are probably familiar with many of its features. Or are you? As is the case with many of the capabilities that our computers and software programs put at our fingertips, we often only use a fraction of the tools available.

Gmail-Use Your Address to Clean Clutter and Find Time!

Gmail is full of add-ons, tricks and tweaks to help you get and stay organized … and find more time. From Labels to Labs to Filters, Gmail offers all sorts of ways to customize your e-mail experience so that you see what’s most important to you and/or what you most need to see.  It’s all in how…

Gmail Chrome Extensions Track Your Mail and Save Time!

For Gmail users, MailTrack is a free Chrome Extension that is worth taking a look at. What it does is simple – and very helpful.  It lets you know whether your mail has been opened.  This is a functionality that many businesses already include in their e-mail systems, but it hasn’t generally been available for…

Cyber Monday Snippet from The Time Finder!

Cyber Monday isn’t about shopping here at The Time Finder. No, Cyber Monday is the day, each and every week, that we highlight time-saving tech tools and tips.  It’s all about how you can be more efficient and effective in your on-line activities, whether you’re 

Finding Time by Tweaking Your Gmail Inbox with Signal

Your Gmail Inbox, if you’re a Gmail user, is a rich repository of information. But it isn’t always easy to tell what’s what.  Yes, there is a search feature, but what if you just want to quickly scan for that e-mail you received from your colleague in Prague?  You know, the one