The Imbox: It's not a typo
Everyone hates their bloated inbox, so HEY has a focused Imbox instead. Your Imbox is where portant, im mediate emails go from people or services you care about. No random receipts, no "I rarely read these" newsletters, and no special offers crowding out the stuff you really care about.
Hey is a wildly opinionated new email service from the makers of Basecamp
With the world now in a seemingly permanent state of crisis, you may not be in the market for a new email address. And why would you be? Even in the best of times, getting a new email address comes with all the hassle of changing your phone number, without the minor upgrades that a new phone brings.
Hey is a wildly opinionated new email service from the makers of Basecamp - The Verge
In any case, I’m sorry to report that it’s time to consider getting a new email address. The reason is , a new email service from . It’s a genuinely original take on messaging that feels like the first interesting thing to happen to email since clever apps like Mailbox and Sparrow repurposed your Gmail account, and it’s available in an open beta starting today. With a $99-a-year price tag and some pungent opinions about how email should work, Hey is not for all or even most people. But if you find yourself chafing at the stagnation of Gmail and Outlook, or are just looking for a way to screen out most people who would ever send you a message, Hey is well worth considering.