Adios.ai

Stop email interruptions, receive emails 3 times a day

5.0/5
About

Say Adiós to unnecessary interruptions!

How it works:

1. Emails only get delivered into your inbox at the times you specify (e.g. 7am, 1pm and 5pm).

2. Choose email exceptions, which will always be delivered immediately (e.g. grandma@gmail.com)

3. Need to access an email urgently? No problem - just click 'Deliver emails now' in Adiós.

Would you recommend this product?
7 Reviews5.0/5
Nadezhda KosMarketing Manager, Sarafan Tech

How is this product different from the competitors? Is there any possibility to delete spam?

Pros:

usefull for everyone

Cons:

so many competitors

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Tom Gardiner
Maker
Founder @ Trevor.io
hey Nadezhda. Thanks for the review! 😃 We've spent quite a bit of time on the design, which hopefully will make it more fun that use than the competition - but Adios is also totally free ;)
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Joe GramcCFO, Five Star Trucking, INC

Have been using this for about a month and love that I don't get distracted by constant flow of emails throughout the day. All emails are attached to a label if you really want to "peek" before the scheduled delivery time(s) you've set-up.

Pros:

- It helps eliminate distractions of constant emails flooding your inbox.

- Schedule them for the time(s) that works best

Cons:

-Wish they would add ability to Whitelist entire domains (They are already looking into this though)

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John FaigAspiring product strategist.

If Google doesn't add this, I'd be worried about a developer making an add-on. it is a time-based rule that diverts e-mails to folder and then dumps them back to the inbox at certain times.

Pros:

Useful idea

Cons:

I'd be worried that Google will add this to Gmail someday.

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Luis G de la FuenteTerminator from the future

If you value your time and work you need big, focused time intervals to focus and creative thinking. Connection to the network should be restricted to 1 hour 1-3 times per day max for email, phone calls, and whatever social crap you are stuck into.

Pros:

Good idea to stay focused.

Cons:

Email is not enough.

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Harry Marshall
Maker
Co-founder at Trevor.io
Freedom.to is a great tool for blocking entire websites.
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I like the app as it helps me to focus on the real work to happen. Simple and straight forward. Get me my mails in doses. It's a good help on a way to more discipline.

Pros:

Completely free, quick and easy to turn on and off, personal contact to creators

Cons:

You need to give them access to your mails. They do not have a standard GDPR-compliant legal process in place yet (relevant in EU)

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Harry Marshall
Maker
Co-founder at Trevor.io
Hey Martin, thanks for your review. Really appreciate the feedback. One thing - we're based in Europe and are GDPR compliant. Do you think you could be specific about what you think is missing?
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