While email engagement holds steady, people annoy much quicker
The good news is that email isn’t dead. Far from it, really.
But email can get pretty annoying, according to a recent report from Adobe. In the company’s fourth annual Consumer Email Survey, a full quarter of recipients said they check their email too often and think they should cut down.
The survey of about 1,000 office workers finds that people are more likely to read their work emails (39 percent said they read all of them) than their personal emails (17 percent read them all), but they often feel indifferent toward both types. More than 40 percent of both personal and work emails elicit indifference—and that percentage is higher for women and respondents over 35.
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