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The overload makes the user less effective in several ways:
It takes longer for an overloaded user to reply to an incoming e-mail. Each new e-mail that arrives is in competition with the swarm of e-mails already clamouring for the user’s attention.

The higher the message count, the less chance any given e-mail will get a timely response. What’s worse, it’s more likely that the user will leave something important undone.

Prioritization is difficult. Even if the user knows which few messages are the most important, the inbox isn’t built to display them in that order.

 

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The overload makes the user less effective in several ways.It takes longer for an overloaded user to reply to an incoming e-mail. Each new e-mail that arrives is in competition with the swarm of e-mails already clamouring for the user’s attention.The higher the message count, the less chance any given e-mail will get a timely response. What’s worse, it’s more