Microsoft has analyzed its Outlook.com email users to classify their varying personality types. Fast Company spoke with Dharmesh Mehta, senior director of Outlook.com, who claims that there are
three different categories that email users fall into based on their daily interactions with their inboxes: deleters, filers and pilers. The deleters, which make up about half of email users, start
their day by deleting about a third of their inboxes. The filers use tools to organize and file the messages in their inboxes. The pilers have thousands upon thousands of emails building up in their
inboxes and they don't do much to manage this abundance.
Read the whole story at Fast Company »