Nudgemail: Will it float?

Nudge an E-Mail to Come Back Later


A new service, NudgeMail, which came out on Wednesday, might be able help, or at least make it easier to procrastinate with these messages.

NudgeMail lets you forward messages out of your inbox to NudgeMail’s inbox, which you can ask to return the message at a later date.

For example, if you have a message that you need to respond to the next day, you simply edit the e-mail’s subject line with “Tomorrow,” pass it along to NudgeMail and the next day you will receive an updated message back in your inbox. It’s like an e-mail boomerang, and you decide when it is returned.

Jeremy Toeman, a founding partner at Stage Two, the company that designed the new e-mail service, said in a phone interview that his frustration with his own inbox and problems with other to-do list services led to the creation of NudgeMail.

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