Hold on to your hoverboards, folks, because the future of email is looking pretty wild. In a recent release from Inbox Collective, the bold predictions for email in 2023 are nothing short of breathtaking. We’re talking seamless integration of VR, AI-powered inbox assistants, and customizable email experiences that make your inbox as unique as your personal style. Oh, and say goodbye to the dreaded reply-all chaos – inbox protocols will finally be standardized so we can all breathe a little easier. With the rise of privacy concerns, email authentication will be a hot topic, and blockchain technology will play a key role in ensuring secure communication. Get ready to wave goodbye to yesterday’s email experience and say hello to a brand new futuristic frontier.
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Welcome to the March edition of Not a Newsletter, a monthly, semi-comprehensive, Google Doc-based guide to sending better emails! I’m Dan, the founder of Inbox Collective, an email consultancy, and the former Director of Newsletters at The New Yorker and BuzzFeed. Every month, I update this doc with email news, tips, and ideas. Sign up here to be notified when the next edition goes live! A big thank you to beehiiv, this quarter’s presenting sponsor of Not a Newsletter and Inbox Collective! They’re an email platform founded by ex-engineers at Morning Brew, and their tools are absolutely worth a closer look. You can check out beehiiv here. This month in Not a Newsletter, you’ll learn about: 12 tactics to help you get your first 5,000 readers. Why blocklists matter, and how to make sure your newsletter stays off them. The four types of user needs, and how to use them