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Twobird

Your emails, notes & reminders all in one inbox

Twobird

Your emails, notes & reminders all in one inbox

Twobird is a new email app from the makers of Notability. Write emails, create notes, set reminders, and collaborate live — all in one place.

Twobird brings together your everyday tools into a functional inbox that helps you stay focused and do more.

Looks so useful, UI is very clean too! Some feedback on your landing page here too with regards to buttons and social proof :) https://app.usebubbles.com/498e59ce-6fa0-469a-8227-307173f406b6
@tommedema Thank you so much for the awesome feedback! That is incredibly helpful for us to see.
I like the app so far, but why do you only allow for a swipe action in only one direction? Most email apps allow for at least a right and left swipe.
@andrewjb44 Thanks for the feedback! We will keep this in mind for future development.
Been using this since beta. Awesome mail client and use it across Mac/iPad/iOS 🚀
@SpaceDotBio Wow! So glad to hear you have been using and liking Twobird 🎉
I've been using Twobird now for about 6 months across iOS + Mac. It's the best client I've tried for my workflow. I love Reminders, Notes and the Low Priority inbox features and use them all daily.
@dr Heck yes! It's great to hear your loving Twobird. We've got a lot more exciting updates coming your way in the future 🚀
I like this. I was sceptical but thought I'll give it a go. I like the minimalist design, it's clean and user friendly. I don't like some of the default settings but was able to have the settings I want, although Dark Mode appears to not save the setting when I check that.

One thing I never do is archive (except when I label an email). Most emails I get are adverts for temporary promotions... why would I want to keep them forever, filling up my inbox?! Why does labelling require going to the more/dots menu? Whilst I can archive with one click, I can't find a way to send to spam at all. If I could, I would remove the Archive button completely so as to avoid the risk of removing an email without labelling/organising it.

Finally it remains the case that the only email services to display messages above the message area are Apple and Google. Why can't email app developers see the benefit of this for users?

I feel the app has given a good enough first impression to keep using it. I'm unsure how it will be be funded (paid for), but I've been waiting since the demise of Mailbox (after Dropbox acquired it) to find an app that help me achieve "Inbox Zero" and TwoBird gives me hope for that and is worth paying for if I do get my inbox under control for the first time in years.
Just wanted to add that I can find no option to display all emails from the sender of an email. This is the single most effective strategy that I know of to reduce inbox clutter, this should be able to be done with one click. The lack of this option means I can't make yet the app main app for managing email.
@ianmayman Hi Ian! Thanks so much for the thorough feedback. You make some great points that we will take into consideration! We are glad to hear that Twobird gives you hope for achieving "Inbox Zero" (that's our goal too).

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