One Last Step: Confirm Your Email

I hate spam, so that's why I want to make sure you're okay with getting emails before I send anything over. You should have an email in your inbox asking you to confirm the address is correct. After you do that, I'll send along that list of tools for making time in your day. Here's a small snippet of what's to come:

As an engineering leader, we still have emails, no matter how great Slack is. But when you send an email after hours, you're making it clear to your team that you don't value their time outside of the office. This is fixable with a feature called "Scheduled Emails", which Outlook users have enjoyed for quite some time. Folks on Gmail and Apple's ecosystem have been left in the cold...

Looking forward to telling you about this tool and several others.

-- jakob