Blogging › Product Updates
Blogging › Product Updates
Price fluctuations are a pain. With Droplist by Honey, you no longer have to pay more than you should.
If you've never deferred (or "snoozed") an email, trust me when I say that your workflow is missing a crucial element.
We're excited today to bring our latest feature out of beta and share it with all SaneBox users, free, no matter what your plan is. Considering the fact that the average person sends and receives 122 business emails per day, it's easy to understand why recipients sometimes miss emails and why senders forget to follow...
We've teamed up with Any.do, Evernote, Expensify, Todoist, and many others to bring you simple (and simply awesome) email forwarding. Meet SaneFwd, an easy way to automate email forwarding to your favorite third-party apps and team members. You may have noticed the beta version of SaneFwd in your dashboards over the past couple of months.
I never thought I would say, "Whoa, awesome!" about viewing resumes, but the ZipRecruiter team recently proved me wrong when it rolled out resume parsing. True to our brand, we dubbed the new feature ZipResumes. ZipResumes makes it super simple for you, the hiring manager, to scan through dozens of resumes and quickly identify the information you need.
PR › Press Releases
(Press Release) SaneConnect analyzes your team's email network to identify who has connections at other organizations and how strong those connections are. BOSTON, October 20, 2015 - SaneBox, the company that restores sanity to your inbox, announced today the launch of a new product: SaneConnect. SaneConnect is a fast and easy way to identify which...
The Inbox Zero Academy is SaneBox's latest counterattack against email overload and teaches participants how to regain control of their inboxes in 10 minutes a day.
With 75 percent of organizations recruiting talent through social media, ZipRecruiter's one-click social recruiting feature was an obvious next step.
When Michael Greenberg and his father, Robert, decided to start SKECHERS in 1992, there was no question as to where it would be headquartered.
In case you couldn't tell by their skyrocketing popularity over the past decade, prefabricated homes are not what they used to be.
Lou’s is about craft, the hand of the maker, and a well-lived life that engages your senses.
The sleepy real estate season has come to an end and it’s time to ramp up for a busy spring. But what does 2015 have in store for California?
One of the most important modernist architects of all time, Richard Neutra is known for his ability to blend art, design, and landscape into spaces that are as beautiful as they are functional.
Between now and January 1, most of us will entertain more than the rest of the year combined. Host seamless, stylish holiday parties with our favorite home entertaining trends.
Real Estate Advertorial
Hermosa Beach or Manhattan? The beauty of living at 2222 Hermosa Avenue is that you never have to choose just one.
From the moment 835 17th Street comes into sight, you take notice.
Attention to luxurious detail is the theme of this Venetian Palazzo home perched high above the sand in Manhattan Beach.
Blogging › Email & Productivity
Do you freeze up or experience a strong feeling of avoidance just at the thought of decluttering your home or inbox? If so, you're not alone—and there is a very good explanation.
At some point, being busy became a point of pride. It became synonymous with hard work.
I think a lot of us have a bad relationship with email. Be honest, how many times have you spent all day in email, feeling productive, only to realize later that you haven't accomplished anything meaningful? I know I have. We compulsively check and manage our email, wasting valuable time on things that don't matter....
Yes, we’re talking about legitimate emails. Just because you receive a message from a real person does not mean you need to respond to it, at least not right away.
(Cowriter) Clearing your inbox feels productive. But just like in Tetris, no matter how good you are, more emails will keep coming—and faster.
We've all been there. You buy something in-store and request an emailed copy of the receipt. Later that day, you sign up for online bill pay, book a weekend outing, and finally sign up for that social network you've been holding out on.
Blogging › Company Culture
No, what I mean is that it’s easy to come here each day, easy to enjoy your coworkers, and easy to know you’re part of something worthwhile.
The connection between academic achievement and employment is undeniable, so we set out to do something about it this holiday season.
What happens when you cross a health-conscious CEO with a city that lives and breathes health fads? An opt-in office juice cleanse, of course.
I know what you're thinking: "You're biased, Rachel. Everyone says that in their company blog." You're probably right. That's why I'm not just going to tell you; I'm going to show you.
Blogging › Job Search & Recruitment
Interviewing is an art form for both the job seeker and the hiring manager. Here are seven red flags that will leave me saying, “Thanks, but no thanks” to your job offer.
The idea of interviewing used to make me uneasy. Very uneasy.
Remember Murphy's Law—if anything can go wrong, it will? When it came to my first job interview, Murphy couldn't have been more right.