Mailbrew

Automated email digests from Twitter, Reddit, YouTube & more

#5 Product of the DayMarch 03, 2020
Save hours of time spent checking sites and scrolling feeds, by receiving automated email digests on the things you love.
Pick your sources, and get the content you need on your schedule.
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12 Reviews4.6/5
πŸ‘‹ Hi hunters! Today we launch our biggest and most ambitious product to date! πŸ’Œ It's called Mailbrew and it lest you create beautiful email digests on any topic, from sources like Reddit, Twitter, YouTube, RSS and Hacker News. πŸ§˜β€β™‚οΈMailbrew really helped us unplug from feeds, while staying up to date on our favorite topics with curated emails that we receive and consume on our own schedule. You can signup today on https://mailbrew.com/
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@frankdilo the most innovative product I have seen in a while. Congrats on Launching and consider me a close follower of the next updates Two options I wish you provide next: - The ability of OPML importing. - RTL support.
This has so much potential. I tried to make a similar project where I could send myself the past day's commits on a Github project, but gave up after a couple days' work. I was able to do that exact idea in only a couple minutes using Mailbrew. All I had to do was copy the Github link and it did the rest. I also created another newsletter to keep up with my favorite blog that's updated nearly every day. Best product I've seen in a long time.
@dillon1337 I didn't even know that was possible with my own product. That's amazing! You used RSS to do it?
@frankdilo Yup! Just copied the Github project's URL and it detected the RSS and did the rest.
Great idea and awesome execution πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
@ggsimm flattering, thank you mate!
Fabrizio and Francesco have been working on Mailbrew for a while now, and watching the service evolve and grow has been an amazing thing. Mailbrew has really become an integral part of my morning routine, sitting down at my desk with a cup of coffee and reading my morning brew is a great way to digest the day’s news and movements. I can’t wait to continue seeing this develop and I wish both of you the best of luck! πŸ’ͺπŸ˜ŠπŸ€
@coconidodev thanks man, really appreciate it!
Guys! This is absolutely stellar work. Finally a clean way of not having daily noise all over my already tight schedule. And it looks absolutely polished too. Will be teeth in this for the next couple of weeks, keep up the good work, you nailed it. πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ
@linusekenstam Thanks for the kind words Linus, hope you like it πŸ™Œ
@linusekenstam thanks Linus, really means a lot! πŸ™
@frankdilo @linuz90 - No worries guys, this is super.