From my Jan 24 2021 post about hey.com, I'm giving up for the moment.
It's broken for reflection lists, as every poster not already in your contacts would get screened.
Also has a fair amount of vertical scrolling that gets in my way during marathon sessions.
I'm back to fastmail currently, and it's doing great! I've implemented screening via contacts and rules for reflector lists. Perfect! And cheaper than hey.com. Also, fastmail works in any imap client, and has a calendar.
2 units of platelets and a unit of plasma got pulled out of my arm via a centrifuge today at Stanford Blood Center. They've done the plasma before, but not consistently. Who could say no to such a request? My body will make more.
I always sleep very heavy the night after. Ahhh!
Hobees BOGO coupons! Bonus of supporting local restaurants. Win win!
I've been reworking my gmail inbound mail into buckets, mostly a Read pile of newsletters and a Low pile of adverts and doing this via filters. PITA.
I'm currently migrating to hey.com. I've been watching them since launch. Their take on email is very interesting and private/workflow oriented, so I'm going for it.
Gmail hasn't evolved much since it's launch, still a list of messages. Inbox was cancelled, which hurt.
Any one else moving to hey.com, any particular tips to share?