Celebrate Email Debt Forgiveness Day!

If there’s an email response you’ve wanted to send but been too anxious to send, you can send it on April 30th

How does it work?

If there’s an email response you’ve wanted to send but been too anxious to send, you can send it on April 30th, without any apologies or explanations for all the time that has lapsed. It doesn’t matter how long it’s been. Just include a link to this explainer, the one you’re reading right now, so that your recipient knows what’s going on. Together, we can all make our inboxes less stressful. Alex Goldman, Reply All

What do I do?

On April 30th:

  1. Dig out the email you’ve been avoiding
  2. Write a reply, ignoring the amount of time that has lapsed
  3. Add a link to this page, you can even use this email template
  4. Send and enjoy your anxiety-free day

Anything else?

If you’d like to share your Email Debt Forgiveness Day story you can email Reply All and tell them your story, or even call and leave a message about it on 1 (917) 475-6668.

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Don’t forget

So you don’t forget for next time, add an event to your calendar and set it to repeat every year:

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