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Meet Paced Email 2.0

As a lot of you may know, I've been hard at work over the last few months improving Paced Email. Being a solo developer with two young kids has made it extra challenging, but I'm confident you'll love the result.

So without further ado, meet Paced Email 2.0!

New branding

The first significant change you'll notice is the shiny new look and feel. I'm particularly proud of the logo. Can you see the subtle hourglass shape within the envelopes?

Multi-account support

You can now create as many independent team accounts as you like. Invite and manage members to allow them to receive digests or help administrate your aliases. Recipients are now your team members, and they can be set per alias as required once invited to your account.

Cleaner interface

I've given every page in the app some deep thought to iron out imperfections and make everything as simple as possible. New features should be super simple to add moving forwards.

Browser extension updates

The Chrome, Firefox and Safari add-ons have been completely refreshed. New features include:

  • Alias deletion via the popup
  • Right-click context menus to insert freshly generated aliases into input fields
  • Email input field icon to quickly create email addresses on the go
  • iOS 15 iPhone and iPad Safari support (soon)

Install for free here →

Monthly plan added

If you wish to subscribe to Premium to remove account limits, you may now opt to pay monthly instead of just annually. Stripe checkout portal is now in place for managing your subscriptions with ease. So cancelling and moving between monthly and annual is now super simple.

Get two months free when you choose annual billing. A 25% discount is also available to students and nonprofits.

See pricing and plans →

DNS settings improvement

When adding your domains to Paced Email, the instructions for setting up the required DNS updates are now more straightforward to understand.

Inline support

If you need help while using Paced Email, there are now inline help links and a knowledge base to find answers to your questions. You can contact me directly via the product too. 👋

Squashed bugs

As you can imagine, running an email service is demanding. That said, I've ironed out several rare edge case bugs, all while boosting overall performance and stability.

What's next?

Now that this epic v2 release has launched, I'll return to my usual development speed. I aim to work through the roadmap and address all your kind suggestions.

Please take a look around and let me know what you think!

Rikki

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