Do you have any Emails that you just can’t miss? Make sure they reach you

Most E-mail programs and services study our behaviors and deciding based on the data collected which E-mails will be shown the primary box, which E-mails will be shown in the secondary inboxes (such as “promotions”), and which ones will arrive in the spam box.

This helps your Email service to learn what interests you and what is less important to you so that you could see your favorite content.

What can you do about it? Your involvement is the key – open Emails, click on relevant links and remove irrelevant content by removing yourself from mailing lists.

Beyond that, there are some simple steps you can take:

For Gmail users:

  • Drag the relevant message from the secondary inbox it arrived to, to your primary tab.
  • Add the sender to your contact list:
    (1) Enter the relevant message, (2) click on the ellipsis menu button and select “Add X to your contact list”.

For Outlook users:

  • Enter the relevant message and click the “Not junk” button.
  • Add the sender to your contact list:
    Enter the message from the relevant sender. from the top ruler menu, click “Junk” and select from the flow menu “Never Block Sender”. Open a message box that will remind that the address was added to the safe senders list, and click “OK”.

For Outlook.com users (formerly “Hotmail”):

  • Drag the relevant message from the junk mail box to the inbox.
  • Add the sender to the contact list:
    (1) Enter the relevant message, (2) click on the ellipsis menu button and select “Add to the safe senders list”.

For Walla users:

(1) Mark relevant message (2) select on the top menu “Not spam”.

That’s it, now all that is left is to enjoy the content that matters to you.
Remember, the more you will be involved, click and open more Emails, the more your inbox will learn your preferences and adjust itself to its needs, so eventually, the information that really matters to you will wind up in your primary inbox.