Tuesday, 26 September 2017 04:00 GMT

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AwayFind changes your relationship with your inbox

(MENAFN -Arab News) It has become part of our lifestyles to constantly check our emails. Hitting the "refresh" or "reload" button every few minutes in anticipation of a certain email is widely common. For some, checking email is a bad habit

If you're one of those people whose inbox is overwhelming; you probably wish you could cut the ties that bind you to it without worrying that you would miss out on important messages.

AwayFind does just that. To use it, first you have to sign up for an account or simply use your Google one to connect. Once your account is up and running, you have to set up your notifications preferences to let Awayfind notify you when you receive important emails via a phone call, text message or push notification. All you have to do is to tell AwayFind exactly what you're looking for. There are various ways to do that: AwayFind's Website, the mobile app for iOS or Android if you're using either or the extensions and add-ons available for Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari

You can set up alerts by people, topic, date or time. For example, you can ask AwayFind to notify you when you receive an email from a specific person, email address, or domain. Alternatively, you can set up an alert to be notified whenever an email is that contains a certain word or phrase in the subject line is received. In addition, you can link a calendar to AwayFind and choose to receive alerts when anyone with whom you've scheduled a meeting in the next 15 minutes to 36 hours sends you a message

Once all of your alerts are set, you can choose how you would like to be notified: via a text message, voice call, push notification or any combination of these methods.
AwayFind changes your relationship with your inbox

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