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Matthew Poe
BLM. Salesforce Architect , NYC Dev Group Co-Lead, MVP. Plant-based; aspiring Twitter gay; likes dogs, theater, nonprofit tech, the most good. He/Him
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Natalie Weiner Jun 30
de blasio giving a mask to someone wearing a mask for a photo op quite neatly sums up his effectiveness as mayor
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
Replying to @matthewsalibi
But genuinely, there's so much that's exciting in this product. I'm not sure I would trust it as my primary email just yet, because it's a little too opinionated in interesting-but-frustrating ways, but AM tempted to subscribe just to see how it evolves over the next year. (9/9)
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
Finally, SO much daylight between the ideas "don't let inbox zero rule your life" and "we are going to make it actually impossible to get an email you don't care about out of your way." (I really miss easy archive and delete is what I am saying!) (8/?)
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
Replying to @matthewsalibi
And also, I think you should have a meaningful hard delete for contacts, which also removes them from the screening history. If they email again, they are screened again. That behavior seems way more intuitive than the way it works now. (7/?)
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
Replying to @matthewsalibi
To be clear, I think you need a meaningful "hard delete" that is usable from Screened Out, because now, users have to either "screen in" an email they don't want to look at just in order to delete it, or else they must see it every time they check the screened-out. 😑 (6/?)
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
Replying to @heyhey
...and really actually still keeping a copy around. Which is all to say: is this really how you intend for this to work, , or is this something you're still working on? Is there a way you could explain this more clearly so users understand delete isn't permanent? (5/?)
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
Replying to @matthewsalibi
Maybe I am the only person who cares about this? But I doubt it! I bet there are other email and productivity nerds who want to be able to permanently delete things. Plus, it's just so unintuitive, and I think probably most users won't understand this is a "soft delete." (4/?)
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
Replying to @matthewsalibi
But it seems there's NO permanently deleting contacts at all; if you delete the contact, you still see them in the screener. And if you screen them back in, their "deleted" emails are restorable, too. (3/?)
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
Replying to @matthewsalibi
If for instance, I really don't want an email or contact to hang around, (say, because it annoys me to look at), I have to screen it in, in order to delete it. Bad!! Email and contacts should be permanently deletable even when they're not screened in. (2/?)
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
I'm going to have lots of thoughts about soon (consider yourself warned). I like many things about it, but one thing I have not seen others talk about, and that could be improved is that it does not seem possible to permanently delete things. (1/?)
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
should be opt-in package; this price hike doesn't meet the value prop. Been hoping for VH1/Comedy Central on for years, but at this price, makes more sense to buy the 3 series I care about a la carte, would save $120/year, be mine forever, no commercials.
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
ew
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
I mean, when you put it that way, it sounds excessive, but on the other hand, if we didn't have so many police officers, WHO would stand in the middle of the street doing nothing for hours collecting overtime pay and refusing to wear a mask?
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
AGREE. I hear community members say this SO OFTEN (in fact, this is the second time this week it's come up!). , any plans to make dev trails that are more friendly to self-taught folks and beginners? I know you'd have an eager audience!
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
Replying to @heyhey
(support gmail shortcuts = if you're not doing anything with shift+3, it'd be great not to have to unlearn that muscle memory....! also, (I know, I know), but an "e" action like Gmail's would be... really, almost TOO great)
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
Replying to @heyhey
plz make j/k work from the context of an open message! Also, if you could optionally support the gmail shortcuts, that would be amazing! Also, takes THREE shortcuts to move a message to a different section (m>v>destination). what's wrong with 1? =D
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Nurith Aizenman Jun 30
If you could use a moment of joy today ... and who among us couldn't these days! ... stick w this thread:
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
Replying to @heyhey
oh thank heavens, that was a lot of extra clicks! (but why not taken back to the next message in those indexes?)
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Benjamin Rosenblatt Jun 30
Bill de Blasio, Corey Johnson, and every member of the NY City Council voting for this budget would rather cut $65 million from a program that subsidizes public transit for low-income New Yorkers than cut it from the NYPD.
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Matthew Poe Jun 30
Awesome! Another few hours to let & know that these budget tricks must be rejected; time to defund the NYPD for real. Now more than ever, our neighbors need real investments in their welfare. Police are not and have never been equipped for that task.
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