Email Will Last Forever

by Volker Weber

A wave of new companies have recently tried to replace the communication channel people love to hate: email. Slack pretends to be “an email killer”, Asana promises “teamwork without email” etc. But the promise of a world without email is a fantasy.

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No doubt about it. But there are many use cases where there ard better alternative. I tried to simmarize them. Find a link here: berts2c.de.

Bert Oberholz , 2014-09-02 20:53

No doubt about it. Blocking or even deleting mails at certain times as discussed currently cannot be a solution. But there are use cases were collaborative tools are the better choice. Find some thoughts I have (some of them stolen) in an eEook linked in my blog berts2c.de and also as an entry.

Bert Oberholz , 2014-09-02 21:11

No doubt about it. However, there are use cases were collaborative tools are the better choice. Find some thoughts I have (some of them stolen) in an eEook linked in my blog berts2c.de and also as an earlier entry.

Bert Oberholz , 2014-09-02 21:14

Sorry, but it said: try again. Feel free to remove the duplicate comments including this one.
Btw. Have you got an invite for ello left?

Bert Oberholz , 2014-09-02 21:18

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