When you ask most people about email, they probably show a genuine lack of interest, it’s not new and it’s not fancy. But, email still plays a hugely important part in our daily lives, and even more so in business.
We talk with Helen about the concept of your digital identity, and how owning your email domain and being the customer, not the product, can make a huge difference to your email, calendar, and contacts experience.
It was a great pleasure to have Helen join us, especially given her wealth of experience and knowledge in the email space. We really appreciate the behind-the-scenes work that went into getting this episode together, especially the willingness of Fastmail to partner with us for this episode.
What’s your experience with email been like? We’d love to hear from you, so send a note over to [email protected], leave a comment on the post, or start a discussion in Goodpods.
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- Helen Horstmann-Allen on Twitter
- Fastmail acquires Pobox in 2015
- Masked Email integration in 1Password
- Digital Citizen Podcast – Website / Apple Podcasts
- 00:00:05: Introductions
- 00:03:47: Why Do We Still Need Email?
- 00:08:05: Email Services
- 00:18:38: A Word About Apple
- 00:19:50: Masked Email & Domains
- 00:24:09: Pricing Model & App Usage
- 00:27:06: Calendars & Contacts
- 00:33:36: Fighting For The Users
Intro and outro theme: Ace of Clubs by RoccoW
1 comment on “Digital Identity”
One thing I’ve been doing since this episode has been converting my logins to masked emails. Just something about having my email masked and able to be turned off for spammy companies brings me a lot of peace of mind. Plus not being able to have someone tie your logins together.