How to get SaneBox for free... forever
Last week, somewhat quietly, we fielded Referral Rewards. Thanks to Andrew Parker for a great idea. Here’s how it works: You join SaneBox. SaneBox will move distracting emails out of the way. And using our defer, black hole, and SPAM monitor folders you will save yourself copious amounts of time and effort. AND your first 30 days are free. Then, you invite a friend to sign up for...
Get your digest whenever you want
The biggest challenge for those using SaneBox is “letting go” of the unimportant stuff and concentrating on their INBOX. To help with this, we send an “unread, unimportant email digest” which allows everyone to quickly scan the cruft to make sure there isn’t a nugget of gold there. Now you can have this digest whenever you want it! go to http://sanebox.com/settings...
Using your "Digest of unread unimportant emails"
1. This is where you click to change the number of times you get the digest. 2. This is a link to a webpage to help you triage **all** your unimportant email at once. 3. If I want this bi-monthly payroll approval reminder to go in my INBOX, I would click here. By default, all SaneBox users get a “Digest of unread unimportant emails” each afternoon. This digest is a summary of all...
SaneBox - Better Priority Inbox for Everyone
For those that have been living under a rock… SaneBox and Priority Inbox distinguish between important email and email that can wait. First, make no mistake, SaneBox is better than Priority Inbox. Because SaneBox… Automatically files the unimportant stuff out of your INBOX so it doesn’t constantly distract you. Requires no training to be effective. Is more accurate ...
Why some people need an email intervention
I have an old friend who has always had trouble keeping up with his email. Let’s call him FooBar. FooBar get’s a **lot** of email. And it was his email woes, in addition to that of other friends, that caused me to create http://sanebox.com. No I’m not going to mention FooBar by name. He is a good guy with this one little foible: he thinks every single email might be crucial...