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How Cal Newport manages his inbox with Trello and Zapier

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If you haven’t heard of him before, Cal Newport is a Computer Science professor at Georgetown University, and author of several books around Digital Minimalism and Deep Work. For those interested in productivity and flow -- check him out!

Cal Newport wears a few different hats ー he’s a writer, teacher, researcher, and a director of a university department so you can imagine he gets a range of emails. He recently shared how he uses Trello to get out of his inbox and focus on role-specific tasks to minimize context switching and maximize focus.

So in this video, you will learn how to set up this system.We’ll be using Gmail, Trello and Zapier and it will take 6 minutes to set up!

If you want to read more about how he manages email, check it out here: https://www.calnewport.com/blog/2020/04/14/beyond-the-inbox-rules-for-reducing-email/

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