But before you can configure Outlook to work with Gmail, you must configure Gmail to work with Outlook. Here’s how!
Law practice management software is often touted as the holy grail for lawyers, a way to be extremely efficient and effective when organizing your back office. It’s mobile, it’s time saving, it does everything if you will learn how to use it and let it perform its magic.
But what about the impact on the client when you don’t have law practice management software.
Let me tell you a story.
Creating an email signature will automatically put whatever you want at the bottom of every email. You can create different signatures for different emails. For instance you may have a signature for emails that are internal to your organization and another signature for emails that go outside your organization. You could have another signature for emails sent to your family and perhaps another that you use for your volunteer work. There are two ways to create an email signature. Learn how.
Today we have a highly informative guest lecture with the Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Smokeball, one of our partners in helping you build your solo/small firm practice. Our conversation focuses on change, fear of change, and how to get through the process of change in order to reap the rewards on the other side. It includes assessing the current state of your law firm, how to align your attitude and vision, commit to the reward, and benchmark progress. One thing you will not hear is ‘change is easy’. It’s not. But it is necessary and it is doable if you want to have a successful law practice. Join us!
It is easy for attorneys to get lost in managing all of the emails they receive today. For example, it may sound all too familiar to come into the office, open your inbox, and 4 hours later realize that you have just spent their whole morning organizing and responding to emails. Although we wish emails would just answer themselves sometimes, that isn’t realistic. The best approach, especially for solo attorneys, is to make sure your inbox is organized so it is easy for you to follow up with the most important emails first.
Rules in Microsoft Outlook are a great way to manage your email.