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Reach inbox zero in Gmail with these 5 tricks

Take charge of your emails

Empty that Gmail inbox

When it comes to email, it's usually a case of can't live with it, can't live without it. These messages make up an essential part of modern-day communications, but sorting through them takes up an inordinate amount of time, time that could be spent doing something more productive.

Fortunately, if Gmail is your email service of choice, it comes with a number of features for blasting through your incoming messages quickly. On top of that, there are plenty of helpful add-ons for getting down to an empty inbox as efficiently as possible.

The key is offloading as much work as

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