Your Workday on Email: Mobile vs. Desktop Habits

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The Lunchtime Dip

People are stepping away from their desks at lunchtime. Desktop usage dips around noon and bounces back at 1 p.m., but at a slightly lower volume. Mobile usage remains consistent throughout lunch. The spike in desktop opens after lunch shrinks as the week goes on.

Over a typical workday, where and when do you generally read your work email? Do you use your mobile device or desktop? Read it while on your morning or evening commute? While at lunch? The answer to these questions can help vendors better understand when recipients are most likely reading their messages and in what format, giving them a better chance at reaching their target audience.

To help answer these questions, Yesware Enterprise, provider of an all-in-one digital sales toolkit, recently examined over 14 million messages sent by its users in Q1 2015. This slideshow features the results from their study.


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