Have an idea you'd like me to build into Paced Email? Let me know!
Well, someone had to suggest this, and I thought I'd be the first one. Allow us to create emails, manage the emails with a mobile app
Or after a specific number of inbound emails?
It would be great to block senders from tracking email opens and clicks when viewing your mail. This could be done by filtering out the hidden images from the messages prior to rendering.
Temporarily allow emails to bypass the digest and be delivered to the destination inbox with one button. I know this can be done with rules but it would be amazing if we can do this with a simple click of a button or toggle to turn on or off as needed. Here's a use case example. Let's say I use a paced email alias to sign up for an account somewhere. Now let's say at some point I need to correspond with support for that account. In this case I would simply log into paced email and with one click I can temporarily have incoming emails for that alias be delivered directly to the destination email address, bypassing the digest. Once my email correspondence with support has been resolved I can log back into paced email and turn on the digest again with one click of a button. Cool right?! 😉
I think it might be helpful to see the date when we created an alias. Not sure if this creation date should be shown in the Inboxes list, or settings page. Personally, I'd like to see this creation date to get an idea of how long I've been signed up for a particular mailing list or account, which is a big use of my Paced email aliases. Thanks!
Could you please add support for shorter digest durations, like 3, 6, or 12 hours?
Include an anti-phishing feature that can be controlled via the settings menu. Reference for similar features in other tools https://simplelogin.io/docs/getting-started/anti-phishing/
Paced forwards emails to our "real" email address, but to reply, we have to open paced. It would be great to be able to reply from the email address, and have the original sender see the email as if we had replied from inside paced (i.e. not give away our "real" email address.
When you have __many aliases, searching becomes very hard. If there were the ability to create folders and organize there would be considerable time savings You could take an example from TabExtend - https://www.tabextend.com/ p.s It's a Chrome extension that manages tabs, notes, and to-do items. It has a current style that would significantly improve Ui and Ux.
Ideas: Turn on/off default Paced Email logo in the digest email Add your own logo to emails, perhaps using the account avatar image?
Improvements to alias organisation via the use of tagging or other methods.
The ability to use PacedEmail to host our domains Then, connecting PE to the autoresponder might be possible to send emails and establish campaigns. There would be: A cost savings The management of multiple email IDs in one place Similar to what Mutant Email does. - https://www.mutantmail.com/
When we are creating a custom alias and enter the alias name, I personally like to enter that name in a certain way to make it easier to read. For example, if the alias is email@example.com, I like to enter the name in the Name field as JoesBookEmporium. I know that it automatically gets transposed to all lowercase for the actual email alias, but it would be nice if the particular way we enter it in the name field would be what shows up in the subject of email digests. So for example, instead of seeing this: "Your joesbookemporium monthly paced emails" We would see this: "Your JoesBookEmporium monthly paced emails" To go even a step further in a helpful direction, if you gave us the ability to add spaces (with our understanding that they do get stripped in the actual email alias) the most helpful experience would be if the subject read as this: "Your Joes Book Emporium monthly paced emails" I do understand this may not seem like a really big deal, but in terms of being able to quickly scan through our overwhelming lists of emails in our inboxes to look out for important Paced digests, this little change can make a big difference.
When you have multiple digests, they all come in with the same email subject, causing email programs like Gmail to group them together. This is undesirable from a user experience perspective
Additional functions in email digests could help shorten some common work flows and operations.