Emails are exciting, but also overwhelming. We all have that love/hate relationship with our email inbox. If only we could keep it organized…

Emails come from our family, friends, colleagues and even people we have never met! It can get stressful when getting bombarded by all of those messages. With so many emails coming through your inbox, it can be a common fear of missing important stuff amid all of the spam email.

There are three things you can do to maintain an organized inbox. HubSpotcalls these, the 3 golden rules of keeping your inbox organized:

  • Get rid of any emails that are unnecessary. Make a habit of clearing your inbox of previous and new emails that are absolutely useless to you.
  • Unsubscribe from all of those unwanted newsletters. Luckily, there are tools to help you unsubscribe in bulk because you know it would take a lot of time and effort to unsubscribe from each manually!
  • Combine all of your multiple email accounts for easy access. Consolidate your different email addresses and streamline them all in one convenient place.

To be more productive and to help get your inbox organized, check out these free tools:

Want to unsubscribe from all those newsletters over the years and do it easily? will mass unsubscribe from everything to start fresh or you can pick and choose what to unsubscribe from.

This is considered a classic email tool by HubSpot. The free tool combines all messages in one place where you can set a task to each email that comes in. You can even “snooze” a message to have it displayed later.

Checker Plus is a Chrome extension that works with Gmail to maintain multiple Google accounts in one place. It can be annoying to go back and forth between multiple accounts. The free tool sends notifications even when Gmail is not open and gives desktop notifications.


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