If you want to write an email, but don’t want the recipient to read it yet, you can use the Boomerang Gmail plug in to schedule when it should be sent. You can choose from specific times, like 10:00 AM, or more general ones like next Wednesday.
Snooze Your Email
If you’re a busy person who gets a lot of emails, you may want to prioritize business communications over invites to weekend parties. You can do this with the Google Chrome Extension Snooze Your Email for Gmail; this allows you to put these emails on hold for a selected period of time, and then brings them to your inbox as well as gives them a desktop reminder.
Add Emails to Tasks
It’s easy for things to get lost in the chaos of busy days. Ensure that you never forget to respond to any important emails by adding them to your tasks. From the Gmail drop down menu in the upper left section of the page, you can access your tasks menu. You can add emails your tasks by clicking on the more tab when you have the email open, and then click add to tasks.
Google Calendar allows you to take charge of your busy life. Keep track of appointments, get daily agendas, schedule in person and video conferences, and take other steps to organize your life with this useful app. It makes organization modern, easy, and streamlined – perfect for someone on the go in today’s busy world.
Get a Daily Agenda
Google Calendar makes it possible to receive an email with all of your meetings for the day, allowing you to get a handle on your busy day before it even starts. The email is typically sent about 5 AM local time. To start receiving your daily agenda, click on the drop down menu next to your calendar and click “notifications,” and then select “daily agenda” from the section “Choose how you would like to be notified.”
Find a Time that Works for All of Your Collaborators
If you’re trying to schedule a meeting with a lot of people, finding a time that works for everyone can be difficult. Fortunately, Google Calendar has an easy solution for you. Calendar’s Find a Time function allows you to create an event, and then add the guests who need to be at your event and find a time that works with everyone’s calendar. It allows you to view everyone’s calendar (as long as you have permission to view the user’s calendar) side by side and find the best time for everyone. This works for up to 20 people.
Share Your Calendar
Share your availability with anyone via email. In the calendars tab in Gmail, look for the link that says share this calendar. Click it and then add an email address to share it with. There are several access levels to the calendar that you can give: “make changes and manage sharing,” “make changes to events,” “see all event details,” or “see only free/busy.”