Using the UX3 beta view, which I can't escape from I can only see a few messages and none of the links to *more* or categories work in Safari or chrome - if I open one of the emails shown it doesn't load properly - the style sheet isn't loading due to https: and on the page itself there are multiple react-bundle.js:20 Uncaught ReferenceError: $ is not defined errors which are probably why no links do anything.
No pun intended, but for now I'd rather stay in my native Mac Client ;) Then again, you guys did Mail Pilot, so you know what I'm talking about. The idea is that I'd like the digest to be delivered as... not a digest :) but I really don't want to receive some of those emails during work time. E.g. I have a "petition" digest which is a bunch of Change.org and else stuff which I spend time spreading the word about in the evening.
I upgraded to the Pro version a few months ago in order to get access to the advertised features of the beta. Here we are almost in October and most of the features are still unavailable. I feel like the beta promotion was misleading, and no one responds to my emails at the company.
So, my simple and yet unanswered question remains- when, if ever, will the feature set of the beta be completed? I think those of us that stepped up and paid the relatively large upgrade price deserve an answer.
When scrolling through the email list on an ipad, sometimes the Discover New Emails orange box displays and interferes with the ability to see the underlying emails. In other words, the box doesn't display at the end of the list, but rather as I am scrolling through, which makes the experience of browsing through emails annoying.
If I've revoked the email shouldn't the Categories reflect what I've revoked? For example I generated an email for Asana but since revoked it. But under Categories => Uncategorized I still see an item for Asana.
After revoking a address looking at it under the Revoked tab the field that says "Revoked On <date>" is way off. I revoked a dozen or so today and they all day either January or March or some other date.
Easily keep track of the new emails you've received and new authorizations since the last time you opened Throttle. Read and categorize emails as you normally would directly from What's New. Any emails that you don't read get put in a 'Seen but unread' section for you to revisit later.
All caught up? Simply press the 'Mark All As Read' email and ALL of your emails will be marked as read.
Another newly added feature is the ability to categorize and manage a recently generated address before it receives any
I was at a restaurant tonight and they had a card to sign up for email updates. I generated a throttle address on my phone but felt awkward using such a long address for their form. In fact, they probably thought it was a fake address and discarded it. So, it really highlighted the need for shorter addresses. Is that still going to be made available to pro users and if so, any eta? How short will they be?
It is difficult to discern which digest options apply to categories because they all have the same color. It would be nice if there was greater differentiation between the icons either by changing the color of the icon or changing the background color.
For instance, global digest is green, auto-forwards are red, custom digests are blue, etc...
Personally, I'd actually prefer that the icons were different colors and didn't have a background mainly because I think it is easier to identify categories that have no digest options attached to them if they didn't have an icon at all.
When you are dragging to categorize emails from the ALL list, the right-pane refreshes taking you back to the top, which makes organizing emails extremely annoying if you've scrolled down just a few days worth of emails.