You’ve Got Mail, and We Know What You’re Going to do With it
Different people. Different Email habits. Which one is yours?
If you have been working for a while, you must have e-interacted with different types of people. Some may have responded quickly while others will have royally ignored your emails, leaving you flustered.
There are roughly six different types of email users.
The Quick Deleters
Their motto on email usage is – see and delete.
They delete all ‘read’ emails fairly fast and never hit the danger mark in email storage capacity.
Users of this type store all emails in their inbox. They can cull out emails from that are a century old. They worry whether the email they are about to delete could be used in the future, and hence, document it diligently.
They are skilled at royally ignoring emails. They don’t open mail and even if they do, they seldom respond.
Sometimes, they even miss important emails, much to the annoyance of others. Their inbox often runs into thousands of unread mails. Sometimes they use emails to stay in touch only with certain people, and do not appreciate mails from unwelcome senders.
The Discerning Mail Reader
They open their email account, glance over the name of the sender and the subject of the mail. If it piques their curiosity, they may read it.
No point sending them a mail!
The Super User
They are the most efficient of this lot. They open every mail and respond to it. Their email folder is neatly sorted in folders and labelled. Their unread emails are minimum. Just pray your emails don’t lie in his “Spam” folder.
Their inbox is overflowing with emails, but they still won’t care to keep it organised. The inbox looks like a punk teenager’s room.
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