I finally managed to delete all the emails I don’t need.
And I stopped a new email clutter project in the start – I had started to keep all the “xy liked your post” emails I got.
That was hard.
But I managed and now my email is shiny and perhaps I’ll be able to find something in there.
So: Yay! Success!
Picture is “The Island in the river”, an art project in my home town. It’s a cafe! Picture from the Internet.15 months ago
After deleting the subscriptions, the folders upon folders of companies I had ordered in the last few years are next.
I kept every email ever received on those orders. Don’t ask me why, I have no idea.
I deleted every one but the original order, that should be enough should I want or need the order number.
Only a few folders done, but it’s progress. More is to follow :-) 16 months ago
I just tried a new email application and in doing so I tried to find something in my gmail.
Now I wonder why I have so many emails – neatly filed away in dozen of tags but cluttering it nevertheless.
I checked a mail folder and I wonder why o why do I keep all those mails around?
I can’t remember.
So, I started with SW subscription and activation mails. Off to the garbage. I never check them anyway.
I hope to declutter the rest of my email in a few days… 16 months ago
It took about an hour and a half, but finally I’ve gotten rid of the literally hundreds of unread messages in my inbox. :) It feels good to have all that taken care of! 2 years ago