Kamile Valatkaite on InnovationsLegal tech enthusiastSome time ago
Last weekend the trendy email hey.com has been released. With great new features and most importantly the protection of personal data. Our data becomes as an asset to pay for “the free of charge apps”. However, not with hey. I’m really tempted to pay 99$/year for this new email. What would you do?
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Marija MireckaitėPhotographer. Curious person.
What benefits does it offer? Apart from not using data :)
about 1 year ago
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Povilas GodliauskasWell-being Psychologist | Mentor | Lecturer | Consultant | HR |
I would recommend ProtonMail. It is more established and might be even cheaper depending on the plan you choose.
about 1 year ago
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Kamile ValatkaiteLegal tech enthusiast
Povilas, thank you for recommendation! The additional features that I like with hey: - First contact check if you wish to keep receiving emails; - Structre and emails allocation according to the content; - Emails labeling; - You can extract all emails from one particular person; - Function leaving an email to answer later and it will send you a remainder.
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