How Do You Use Email? [MakeUseOf Poll]

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Last week we asked you about your favorite cloud storage service. With so many services to choose from, many use more than one service, and many use services that were not mentioned on this list. However, there was one very clear winner which seems to be the favorite of the vast majority. Which one was it?

Out of a total of 930 votes, the breakdown was as follows: 1% voted for Amazon Cloud Drive, 2% like iCloud best, 5% prefer Box over all other options, 6% voted for SugarSync, 14% think Google Drive is the best, 16% voted for SkyDrive, and with a staggering win, a full 51% voted that Dropbox is the best cloud storage service out there. 6% of the voters chose “other”, and you can read about their different preferences in the comments.

Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.

In two words: woot Dropbox!

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This week’s poll question is: How Do You Use Email?

Want to make some extra MakeUseOf reward points? The most useful comment on the poll will be awarded 150 points!

While this might seem like a very general question, what we want to learn today is whether you use a web interface or a desktop (or other) client for your emails. While desktop clients used to prevail several years ago, the increasing popularity of Gmail and Hotmail converted many of us to using a web interface only. Are you between the converted, or do you still prefer using a client for your emails? Or do you use a different solution?

Which client is your favorite? Why do you prefer the solution you use? What makes it better? Add your opinions below!

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