The Globe and Mail is reporting on the trend in which we’re using faxes for more of our email than we used to.
The paper says it’s not only faxes that are declining.
More people are sending emails using email than ever before.
In 2013, the number of people sending email using a fax or mobile device doubled to about 60 per cent.
But with more people switching to mobile, that number has dropped to about 40 per cent today.
The Globe and the Mail has compiled data on the most popular forms of email: email through Gmail, email from a computer, text messages and text messages sent through the postal service.
We also took a look at what the average email sender gets out of a fax, and how often people use it.
Here are some highlights:For people who email using the traditional method of mail, the most common type of email is the fax.
Faxes are used to send email to recipients who have a lot of time on their hands, and they are typically used to make phone calls, send business-to-business emails and send text messages to clients.
They’re also used to receive business information, such as sales calls, and deliver business documents to their customers.
But the most important part of sending an email is getting it out to recipients, said Eric Kocher, the editor in chief of The Globe.
“If we can do that, we can get that message out to more people,” he said.
As faxes have become more common, the Globe found that they’re being used to help more people get to work or home, rather than just to make it easier for them to get out of the house.
People who use email to send an email to a colleague, or who send emails to a customer using a computer can use faxes to make the process more efficient.
They can also use a fax to send business or personal documents.
The Globe found about three-quarters of email users use a computer to send the email, with about 20 per cent using the same method for both sending and receiving emails.
The numbers don’t always match up.
For example, people who use fax to receive email are more likely to use fax as the method of email.
However, they’re also more likely than people who are email users to use email on the desktop to send emails.
Some people still send emails using the old method.
Those people are more apt to use a personal computer to email, the paper found.
The paper looked at how people use email across the country.
It also found that some people are using email through both email and fax, but not everyone.
“Fax users are using both ways,” Koccher said.
“We’ve got to look at that a little bit more and see how we can make it a little more seamless and to see if we can find more people using the email and the fax.”