Spring cleaning isn’t just for your home or apartment. There’s no time like the present to get your electronic devices organized, and we’re here to help you get your technology in order with these great tips on how to spring clean your phone.
Empty the Inbox
If you’re one of those people who have thousands of unread messages in your inbox, it’s time to do something about it. Dumping all that email isn’t enough though. You need to set some time aside to unsubscribe to the newsletters and other mailing lists that keep piling up and making it increasingly more difficult to find and respond to emails that actually matter. You should also create specific folders to emails you want to keep can be easily located.
Make Room for Photos and Music
No one likes missing the perfect self opp because their storage is full. If you’re someone who only deletes enough images or video to make room for a few new shots, you’ve likely gotten into a vicious cycle of shooting and deleting. Stop the insanity now and move your old shots to the cloud.
Organize Your Apps
Tired of wasting time scrolling through pages and pages of unused apps before finding the one you’re actually looking for? Delete any apps you don’t use and move the ones you use the most to the home screen. Separate whatever’s left into folders so everything is easily accessible.
Contact Clean Up
If you’ve got more names in your contact list that you don’t remember the ones you do, start cleaning them out now. And if your contact list is way out of control, do a little bit of clean up every day to make the job less tedious.
Dump Old To-Do Lists
If you daily reminders are making it harder to keep track of things instead of easier, de-clutter your to-do list. Having multiple lists or old lists can create chaos instead giving you the quick reference you need to jog your memory in pinch.
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