Keeping your AreTheyHappy Inbox clean and as close as possible to an Inbox Zero is every team's goal. Not only does it take the visual clutter away, it also helps you focus on urgent items for the day.

The first thing to remember is: always complete messages after you're done with them.

However, there are certain situations where your Inbox has tens (or hundreds) of messages -- more than you know what to do with. This is typically the case when you start using AreTheyHappy and you connect your different social media accounts to locations.

From here, we suggest that you and your team use the Bulk Complete feature of the Inbox. Where you can complete hundreds of messages (or even all of them) at a time so you can start on a clean slate.

How to perform a Bulk Complete

(1) Click on the Pencil icon at the top of the Inbox List

(2) Select individual messages, or tick the checkbox at the very top to Select All. This will select all messages currently displayed on your Inbox.

Note: when you load your inbox initially, the Inbox displays 15 messages. Scrolling to the very bottom will load the next 15, so on and so forth.

(3) Click the Mark Complete button to send all of the selected messages to the Completed folder.

Note: the Mark Complete button shows the number of posts you currently have selected.

And there you go, you now have an Inbox Zero courtesy of the Bulk Complete feature!

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The businesses who use AreTheyHappy today are motivated by the belief that even in the digital age, doing business is still essentially about people, relationships and community.

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