Do everything better wants to do basecamp with his new e-mail service called hey. After all, other providers had been omitted for years – and the new software was now bringing everything back to lot. The intended result: the user has wanted to write emails again and no longer forced to get all the messages under control.
Specifically, hey wants to score with some functions that represent a departure from the classic e-mail client: among other things dive in the imbobox baptized startup screen unsuccessful messages from the user as anewed senders. If it is a new contact, hey points to this and the user can sort it with one click.
Not all messages are welcome: sender can be banished with hey from the so-called imbox.
However, it is not a spam filter that hey also integrates. Rather, the service stores the rejected news for a further 90 days – and the user decides however to obtain news of a sender, the software also restores the old e-mails. Rejected contacts get nothing from these decisions – apart from biasing answers.
Overview of imbox, specialized shelves
In addition, the imbox is intended to keep important e-mails currently currently. Has she ever read the user, hey moves them into a separate area. If there is no time for an immediate answer, please feature a message with a “later reply”. Important e-mails, but not to be sterly visible, can be placed with one click – they hike into a general shelf, away from all other messages.
If the user expects an important e-mail, he can send an individual key. If he appears in the subject line, hey places the message prominent job in the imbox.
Classified: many information sorts hey in separate locations, including all file powers are found in a separate area.
Also attached hey collects on its own place. To browse them more efficiently, they are provided with tools such as the sender or file format. Hey also does not provide a limitation of the file groove – a detour over cloud services such as dropbox is unnotically, the software also creates a link for the receptioner. The latter does not require account for downloading the attachment.
Keep the overview of the conversation tanks
Furthermore, the subject can be renamed a long-range e-mail conversation. Hey wants to tackle generic or missing subject lines, making messages easier to find out more. However, in order to break the conversation strand, however, the new name uses exclusively with the user, for all other addressees the original subject is preserved.
Treating several conversation the same topic, let’s move in. Hey suggests a suitable subject. Again, this intervenes on the user of the user, the other contacts remain at several e-mail strangen. However, the function does not leave the function. If a conversation is no longer important, the user can independently change. The e-mails he continues to receive and they can be read on explicit desire, but they do not immerse themselves in the new news.
In one place: conversation strings can be moved and rename.
Depending on the prizeerence, e-mails can be focused or worked out: on request, hey shows unread messages together, alternatively, the software prepares for answers waiting e-mails in a snake. Receiving the users of a sender constant many messages, hey latter can always pack in a line of the imbox. Basecamp has in particular automated notifications by other applications in mind.
Important information from e-mails can be highlighted and collect in a separate area for text excerpts. In addition, the user can provide messages with notes. For invoices, booking support and similar e-mails, hey also looks like its own storage location. If the user marked a sender accordingly, the software sorts you automatically. Alternatively, individual messages can be moved here.
E-mails without tracking pixels
Last but not least, hey advertises with security functions. Among other things, the software should block all emails hidden pixel trackers – basecamp means to stop 98 percent of all persecution attempts. If this does not work, the ip address of the reception should not get at least not to the sender: all images in e-mails first charged the hey server.
An end-to-end cap offering hey deliberately not – information had to be hedged as well as e-mails are not the right tool anyway. Nevertheless, the software collapses data: at-rest, at-work and in transit. Nevertheless, the provider can access the news itself – basecamp advertises trust with an auditing process. All details about these and other features find readers on hey.Com.
Unlike competitors, such as google, basecamp does not offer its e-mail service for free: it costs $ 99 per year – without advertising and evaluation of private data. A test access is available for free for two weeks, but interested users need an invitation to which you are under iwant @ hey until the end of july 2020.Com can apply.
Client software is available for windows, macos and snap for linux distributions as snap. There are also apps for android and ios.