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There’s been a lot happening, especially at work; finding time to do this has become increasingly difficult, much more than it used to. In addition to that, there was also what I talk about; you know that seeming loss of inspiration. Today I will share four productivity tips on working from home. Yes, some of us are still working from home, and we still struggle doing so these tips are fundamental most of it you know but somehow failed to do so if you’re ready, let’s jump in number one.
Create a Workstation
Have a designated workstation away from your bedroom if you haven’t set up one already now. In addition to that, when you set out to work, close your bedroom door straightforward tactics, but it works by giving that separation of home and office for me. Once my dog is a shot, I get a sense of switching to work mode, and the fact that I don’t see my bed makes me focus.
I’m one of those people that my bed calls me, and taking that out of sight helps me focus.
Use Focus Assist
After you sit on your desk to work, turn on focus assist on your laptop to parity only if you use Windows 10, you’ll find it at the bottom right corner where you manage your notifications. Doing this, your computer will prevent any notifications from popping on the screen, including email prompts, WhatsApp messages or even software updates. I also find this particularly useful for privacy when sharing my screen with others; you don’t want confidential emails popping for others to see.
File Your Emails
After reading a vital email, ensure it is filed appropriately. Most people, myself included, are guilty of thinking their mails will never delete depending on your Microsoft outlook setting, your mails will only save for about 13 months. Then it moves to the online archive even with online archive, the stress of looking for males can be overwhelming and so to save yourself distress, file it.
Mark Unread Mails
If you mistakenly read an email that you do not want to treat right away, ensure it is marked as unread if you’re guilty of this anywhere you are, raise your hand. I know we have plenty on this boat. We are good people. It’s just the spirit of laziness that props, and this ties to the next trip, which is when you read a time-sensitive email. Ensure you respond with a script that says mail received will review and get back to you soon. It should be standard procedure, but why many people don’t do this. I do not understand. I think it’s a spirit of laziness; I have to for starters, you do not need to. You can make a cheap one. All you need is a cardboard post-it note and a marker. That’s all right, guys.
Hence, those are the tips on working from home to boost productivity significantly; as I said, they aren’t significant initially. Still, they certainly do make a difference.