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**UPDATED MAY 2016** Called "the best course on email productivity + Gmail on Udemy"
Do you ever feel like EMAIL CONTROLS YOUR LIFE?
You know...like there's those days where literally all you do is spend time in your inbox reading and respond to emails.
It's like you're a little email salmon swimming trying to fight the upstream inbox current.
I've got some amazing news for you....
IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE THIS WAY.
This Gmail course has taught over 6000 people how to effectively manage their email to increase productivity and GET HOURS OF YOUR LIFE BACK EACH WEEK.
So wait...does that mean I can spend more time in the kiddie pool on the weekends and less time in my inbox!!!??? You betcha!
Just look at what all the incredibly good-looking people on the right who've reviewed this course and gave it 5 STARS have said....
By the end of this course you'll learn the deepest, darkest secrets of Gmail that only the greatest email ninjas know, like:
So if you want to reclaim your SANITY, LIFE, OR TIME or just send emails to ANYONE.....or just want to be more productive...hear me out:
You will learn how to become an email PRO and save hours a week over 43 short videos created by yours truly.
If 43 vids sounds like a lot, don't worry - you can totally go buffet style to pick and choose exactly what you want to learn...man I love buffets.
So this sounds pretty darn good right?
Then here's whatchya need to do to start taking this Gmail Productivity course right now:
I will personally respond to any questions you may have as you go through the course so there's no worry if you're not sure how to take all of the information and apply it to your life...
What are you waiting for? Sign up now!
Scott Britton - Productive Gmailer
P.S. The $49 price is an initial offering to build the students and positive reviews. I believe getting days of your life back and dramatically increasing your output is WORTH FAR MORE THAN THIS, so I plan on raising the price in the near future. If you want to take advantage of the initial price, I'd sign up sooner than later (Like now!)
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|Section 1: An Introduction to Increasing Your Productivity in Gmail|
|An introduction to the class including some personal results|
|This lecture describes the purpose of email which is important to understand so we can distinguish between output and business.|
|This lecture discusses the 4 most powerful frameworks to maximize our productivity in Gmail (and all email!)|
|Section 2: Decreasing The Frequency of Checking and Processing Email|
|One of the most disruptive things to productivity is interruption. This module outlines the high costs of interruption as it relates to email.|
|Batch Processing is the most efficient way to deal with you email. This lecture outlines the concept in detail.|
Creating An Environment Conducive to Batch Process Successfully
|This is a demo of how to add bookmarks to ancillary services we often use in tandem with Gmail to create an environment where we can successfully execute batch processing.|
|BatchedInbox is an excellent tool that allows us to specify the times at which email is visible. This lecture provides a broad overview of that as well as a live demo.|
|This lecture describes the tool inbox pause which has similar functionality to BatchedInbox with a tad more control.|
Using Filters + Labels to Selectively Process Certain Messages
|This is a live demo of how to create filters + labels to selectively process certain emails.|
|This lecture describes how we can leverage multiple inboxes with filters and labels to handle time sensitive mail from select senders while still executing batch processing.|
|This lecture outlines how to take advantage of gmail aliases in order to avoid unwanted marketing communication.|
|Section 3: The Most Effective Way to Process Your Email|
|This introduces why its important to have a clean inbox and introduces the Reply, Archive, Delete, Defer framework.|
|This describes the difference between archiving and deleting a message. It's important to understand this as we strive to have a clean inbox.|
|This is a live demo of me taking the reply, archive, delete, approach, defer to my inbox.|
|This lecture dives deeper into "deferring" emails and introduces the tool I use to do that Boomerang.|
|This lecture shows how you can use multiple inboxes in conjunction with the "star" action to defer execution.|
|Section 4: Decreasing the Amount of Mail You Receive|
|This lecture outlines why you should always be pruning your inbox and how exactly to do it.|
|This lecture describes how you can use unroll.me to mass unsubscribe for unwanted marketing emails.|
|This lecture introduces one way to identify any email you can unsubscribe from as you process your email.|
|We cover the dynamics of email communication so that we can send and receive less messages.|
|Section 5: Contact Management|
|This introduces effective concept management and what we should strive for.|
|This lecture outlines the auto-complete contact management setting in gmail as well as the general contact manager.|
|This lecture describes an iphone app called Brewster which helps organize our contacts across multiple commonly used services including gmail.|
|This lecture outlines Contactually which is a great tool to stay in touch with our networks.|
|Section 6: Tools to Have More Effective Email Conversations|
|This lecture describes two excellent tools to that help you write better email content and stay abreast of your network: Newsle and Job Change Alerts|
|This lecture describes UndoSend, a powerful feature in Gmail Labs.|
|This lecture describes Rapportive, which is a powerful tool to write better emails.|
|This is a live demo of rapportive. It covers how you can use it to write more effective emails and find most people's email address.|
|This lecture outlines how you can use boomerang to automate the process of having to remember to followup with someone.|
|Section 7: Increase the Speed At Which You Process Your Email|
|This lecture outlines gmail labs feature canned responses.|
|This lecture outlines an alternative to canned responses called Streak.|
|This is a live demo of canned responses and streak in action.|
|This lecture outlines how to use search filters to rapidly decrease the time you spend looking for a message.|
|Section 8: Course Summary and Putting This Knowledge into Practice|
|This is a review of the concepts in Section 2.|
|This is a review of the concepts covered in Section 3.|
|This is a review of the concepts covered in Section 4.|
|This is a review of the concepts covered in Section 5.|
This is a review of the concepts covered in Section 6.
|This is a review of the concepts covered in Section 7.|
|This outlines the most effective next steps to add these practices into your workflow.|
|Lecture 43||1 page|
|Fill out this worksheet to put all the concepts touched upon in action!|
|Section 9: PDFs of All Lectures|
|Lecture 44||9 pages|
|This is a PDF copy of Lecture 1|
|Lecture 45||41 pages|
|This is a PDF copy of Lecture 2|
|Lecture 46||11 pages|
|This is a PDF copy of Lecture 3|
|Lecture 47||9 pages|
|This is a PDF copy of Lecture 4|
|Lecture 48||12 pages|
|This is a PDF copy of Lecture 5|
|Lecture 49||8 pages|
|This is a PDF copy of Lecture 6|
|Lecture 50||7 pages|
|This is a PDF copy of Lecture 7|
PDF Copy of Lecture 8
I'm Scott Britton. I'm currently a software entrepreneur at Troops.ai, a venture backed Saas startup that was named one of the top 100 startups in NYC in 2016. Before this I was a business development executive at SinglePlatform, a company acquired by Constant Contact for 100 million dollars. I also maintain a personal site called Life-LongLearner which publishes content to 20k subscribers weekly on sales and marketing.
I'm passionate about personal development, marketing, and travel. I've taught over 50,000 students online and been featured in Lifehacker, The Next Web, and Business Insider as one of the top 25 rising stars in New York Tech Under 25.