Most people don’t appreciate the difficulty that comes with staying on top of all your emails. I mean having to open, read through, and reply to them. If most people did, then they a lot of people would be more mindful of when to send an email just like they are with making phone calls; calls must be within the appropriate times.
Often, people just get a notification from their Gmail app, wait until they have the time to open the email, and respond whichever time is convenient to them. That also means they send an email at whichever time they finish composing and attaching the relevant files. The day of the week and time of the day doesn’t really matter much to most people. (But they will not do the same with phone calls; most people have a good bearing of what days of the week and what time of the day is appropriate to call based on your relationship with the contact.)
You might counter-argue that this is an email, and unlike a phone call, it is less invasive of someone’s attention. They can read …read more