The Radicati Group estimates that employees send, on average, 37 work-related emails a day and receive 78. Even if you spend only a minute per email, that’s still nearly two hours of your day spent on correspondence. Multiply this by number of days you work in a year and you are spending nearly 20 days with your e-mail (pessimistically assuming checking e-mail 20 days a month).
Quite astonishing! You could probably take another vacation with that kind of time.
Saving time from your e-mail can be a big productivity booster. In this article I have compiled together 10 E-mail best practices to give you a head start: