Take the hassle out of sending messages from your mobile phone by creating compact and keyboard-friendly nicknames for frequently used contacts.
Computer tips and tricks blog How-To Geek shares a great way to cut down on the time you spend pulling up contacts for your mobile emails:
The general principle is to edit your contact names to include a short string of text that is unique to that contact, and unlikely to be found within the name of another contact.
For instance, since I sometimes like to forward an email into Evernote, I've edited that contact name to include (EVV) at the end-now all I have to do is quickly hit evv on my keyboard and that contact will easily show up first. I've done the same thing with my Remember the Milk email-all I have to do is type rtm into the contact box whenever I want to send myself an item onto my todo list.
Check out the full article at the link below for addition tips like how to set up filters to capture notes sent from your mobile phone. Have a tip or trick to share of your own? Let's hear about it in the comments.