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  1. @manuelkoelman
    20. February 2013 @ 09:07

    I just blogged: Why the concept of Inbox Zero is great http://t.co/OlgCRrRa

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  2. @dankorebec
    20. February 2013 @ 11:33

    Why the concept of Inbox Zero is great Some of you may have noticed. Recently we launched MailFred  – a small helpe http://t.co/tva5ofRe

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  3. @nicozorn
    20. February 2013 @ 19:54

    Why the concept of Inbox Zero is great http://t.co/5RmwG0MW via @manuelkoelman

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  4. @martin_riedel
    21. February 2013 @ 20:32

    big fan of inbox zero and just installed mailfred, first reminder scheduled for tomorrow morning. http://t.co/DLGSwZzvu2 via @manuelkoelman

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  5. Oliver (23 Pirates)
    4. March 2013 @ 23:00

    I’m a big fan of Inbox Zero and hast achieved it for the last few days. Even though Inbox Zero is great, you need to also be cautious that you don’t fall into the trap that because you’re so focused on getting to Zero that you (ironically) obsess about mails and check your inbox continuously in order to clear it of any new mails!

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    • Manuel
      4. March 2013 @ 23:10

      Yes, you are absolutely right. One of the most efficient ways of answering mails is probably 1-2 times per day. Nevertheless, this depends to a certain extend on your job. More checks might be necessary if “real-time” is important (in your job) and/or you are expected to answer quickly (culture).

      With regards to inbox zero: It would probably be great to reach inbox zero once per day.

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  6. Manuel Koelman (@manuelkoelman)
    13. March 2014 @ 15:46

    Why the concept of Inbox Zero is great http://t.co/iJFW8WjmNd

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