Say good-bye to old style email.
You may dread to open your inbox every day and see a sea of emails that you will never have the time to read. Let's face it: modern professional life relies on mass email communication. The Radicati Group has found that the average business email user sends and receives 110 emails per day. While smartphones may have made email communication more convenient it is still overwhelming to receive a high volume of emails.
Disorganization and chaos may rule your inbox; but fear not, a startup company in Austin, Texas has created an email application that is intended to make emailing faster and more organized. This company is Boxer. Their email app, which is designed for and works on all IOS and Android mobile devices, has a variety of features that will make your life easier.
First, the app integrates many useful applications into their mobile email. Your calendar and your contacts work together with your email. You can manage those applications from your inbox. Also, boxer is linked with services such as Dropbox, Facebook, Evernote, Google Drive, Twitter among others which can be easily accessed from your inbox, saving you time by eliminating the need of switching between apps. Managing your information from one single app does make life easier.
Second, the app has a series of tools that make emailing easier. You can “like” an email to show that you have read it without requiring a response, you can archive emails or delete them with a swipe (there is an option to undo these actions in case you accidentally mistake one for the other), add emails to your to-do list (including setting deadlines), set tasks for your team members, apply labels, mark as spam, bulk edit, and send “quick responses” to save time, among many others.
You can get Boxer for $4.99. You may see that money as an investment towards more organized communication. Sutter Hill Ventures has surely seen Boxer as an app worth investing in by leading a $3 million investment in the company.
If you feel that your inbox is chaos give Boxer a try, it may be the solution to your emailing issues. See more about them at their webpage http://www.getboxer.com/. This creative Austin startup may be the key to make your professional life easier.