First the quick answer is no. Less than 10% of what comprises our add-in could be self-programmed by an Outlook user. Second, even our own add-in cannot fix the problem because it is not a problem that can be solved by a tool alone.
Just as a car is fairly useless without a steering wheel, brakes a chassis, four wheels and a motor, managing your inbox effectively and efficiently requires four main components:
- a methodology that works in all instances,
- a proper mindset;
- training that takes change management into serious consideration, and finally;
- a tool that facilitates both the process and the habit-forming.
Let's face it, if it were as simple as implementing a tool, we'd all be using it by now.
If the change management piece scares you, think about this: 99,1% of the people who go through our training are convinced that it is a much better way of working than their old system (or non-system).