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newstar,
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4/18/2018 | 1:35:12 PM
Gamil
Gmail is  the best email I have used.
angelsong
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angelsong,
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4/18/2018 | 1:08:41 PM
Re: personal privacy
At least, it can remind people to think about this thing.
angelsong
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angelsong,
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4/18/2018 | 1:07:41 PM
personal privacy
There are much personal privacy in email. Gmail's innovation can help users to have more choice to deal with their secret.
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angelsong,
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4/18/2018 | 1:02:47 PM
Re: Inescapable screenshot
out of imagination, but interesting
angelsong
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angelsong,
User Rank: Light Beer
4/18/2018 | 12:59:36 PM
Re: Inescapable screenshot
That's more senscitive for them
Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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4/16/2018 | 9:56:17 PM
Re: Inescapable screenshot
@Mitch/Michelle: I can see that being helpful for reminders of time-sensitive but not-yet-urgent emails... Personally, though, I like to use followupthen.com for that kind of thing, though. It's less automated, but that's kind of the point -- reinforcing my resolve to be open to the active reminder.
Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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4/16/2018 | 9:54:56 PM
"Restricts"
Emphasis on "restricts". This will wind up being about as effective as Snapchat's analog feature. Helpful, no doubt, but screenshots and other workarounds will abound.
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Phil_Britt,
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4/16/2018 | 9:08:05 AM
Re: Inescapable screenshot
Some politicians would love to have an email self-destruct feature. Perhaps a Twitter self-destruct feature, too.
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Michelle,
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4/15/2018 | 5:05:50 PM
Re: Inescapable screenshot
Ahh, I see. I'm sure that will be a very popular feature! Snooze should equal distruct, in my opinion ;) 
Mitch Wagner
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4/15/2018 | 4:05:56 PM
Re: Inescapable screenshot
Email snooze is making a message disappear from your inbox and reappear after a predetermined amount of time - a few hours, a day or two. 
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