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Woohoo! You’ve read all the important messages…

by Jack Santos  |  October 5, 2010  |  Comments Off on Woohoo! You’ve read all the important messages…

It’s been about a month now since I started using Google’s prioritized inbox; Craig Roth talked about it in an earlier post.

I was a skeptic; with 30,000+ messages in my personal Google inbox, and hundreds more every day, I could only dream of a solution that would help reduce my blood pressure.

But…I’m believer, and dreams do come true.  Pulling important messages forward, using information from what I have read, what I have ignored, what I respond to, and what I don’t reply to….I have to admit it works.  At work, I could probably approximate what Google does with Outlook filters – but who has the time?  And certainly not to the click-analysis level that Google has refined it.

So every day, I achieve “Woohoo!” status and life is good.  Now about those privacy issues…

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Jack Santos
Research VP
7 years at Gartner
40 years IT industry

Jack Santos is a Research Vice President with Gartner, part of the Enterprise Architecture and Technology Innovation team within the Gartner for IT Leaders product. He focuses on enterprise architecture and technology trends. Mr. Santos' specific area of research covers individual development, leadership and management practices for enterprise architects, EA innovation, and collaboration approaches. Read Full Bio




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