Perfect Email Templates for Communicating with Your Boss

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Unless you’re the top banana in your business, there will be numerous occasions every week when you need to email your boss. Whether it’s giving them updates, sharing information, asking for time off, getting answers, or (gulp!) admitting to a mistake, here are the email templates you need.

How to Ruin Your Entire Team’s Productivity With Email

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Here at SaneBox, we’re pretty serious about helping you use email in a more efficient, effective, and productive way. Behind our happy-go-lucky attitude, smiles, and beautiful software, our mission is to make email awesome.

 

But, we thought, let’s try a little experiment. What, exactly, would you have to do to make email truly awful? How could you kill productivity throughout your team, listen to stifled screams, and create a feeling of cold dread when your email arrives in someone else’s inbox?

 

We’re so glad you asked. Here’s the SaneBox Scoop of what you can do to make email into a truly horrifying experience that encourages everyone in your team to hit the “delete” key. So, with tongue firmly in cheek, here’s how to weaponize your email and make others want to kill it with fire.

Business Email Horror Stories — Where you Really, Really Didn’t Mean to Hit Reply All

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Noooo! No! No! No! You’ve got a dreadful feeling in the pit of your stomach. A cold sweat is breaking out. You really need to take a very deep breath, but you’re just gulping for air. Yes. You did it. You hit “Reply All” when really you should just have hit “Reply.” Now, the secret conversation you were having with your colleague is all over the department, or worse, the company. Oh no! Did you copy in the CEO AS WELL?!?! If it’s any consolation, we’ve all been there. Take a small crumb of hope that you’re not one of these poor souls. Enjoy the schadenfreude.

How to write emails people want to read

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You get up and, before you’ve even started your work, you’re greeted by a barrage of emails. You work your way through them, one by one, working out which one’s are worth your time and which ones aren’t. Finally, you reach the end of the line and can finally crack on with your actual work, when you realize it’s 3 am and you have 4 hours left before it starts all over again.

SaneSnooze — Prioritize Your Emails and Hide Them Until You Need to Act

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Fear not friends, here at SaneBox we’re very familiar with the deluge of emails that plague the inboxes of the unprepared. We’ve got our own way to slash and burn through that myriad of messages — we call it SaneSnooze, and it will revolutionize how you respond to email.

A Most Productive Interview — Recruiterbox Spills the Beans

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If you like what we do here at SaneBox, you know how obsessed we are with productivity. Less time spent “administering” email means more time spent doing enjoyable and interesting tasks to make your life easier.

 

Of course, we’re not alone in this. Our friends over at Recruiterbox know a thing or two about working more effectively. Their platform is squarely aimed at making it easier to find the right people for the right roles. They’ve streamlined finding, sorting, shortlisting, interviewing, and placing candidates into an art form. We figured they had something to teach us, so we sat down and picked their brains all about what’s helped them in business.

How to write the Perfect Pitch Email as a Freelancer

How to write the Perfect Pitch Email as a Freelancer

 

For many of us, the idea of a traditional work environment or career is vanishing. Changes in technology, the gig economy, increased mobility, and a desire for freedom means more and more people are opting for a freelance working lifestyle. It’s easy to see why — the idea of working from home, not having to deal with office politics, and the ability to work on your own terms is very attractive.