@Gargron @Mainebot Pretty great! I'd drop the word 'innovative' from the description of the account management system.
The word is overused, so people don't believe you and tune it out.
Worse, it's often used by techbros to justify some horrible thing they've done "But it's innovative!".
Why would people care that it's innovative? Highlight that benefit instead.
I like the idea! Would it be possible to make it customized also? :)
@Gargron I have "we miss you" filtered.
@SwooshyCueb Only from subjects or any text in the e-mail?
@Gargron any text from any email that's not in my contacts list
@SwooshyCueb That might be a bit rare
@Gargron “Come Back To Herman Website”
I would opine that "Here's what's new" is fairly good but might be improvable (although no immediate suggestions come to me at this time). But it definitely feels better than 'miss you', because this is automated and explicitly meant to be a reminder, not the kind of "heyyyyyy come baaaack" emotional-tug messages corps keep sending out?
but it's just my take
(maybe "Here's what Masto's been up to" would be a bit playful, but not overly so? but that's off the cuff and pre-caffeine)
@Gargron subject should be "checkout Ami's cool posts" and a link to my online web profile. Thanks.
@Gargron I think I like this one best.
@Gargron people don’t care about what Mastodon has been up to. They only care about how a social network could enrich their lives. I’d suggest suggesting people to follow based on interests, as well as often-liked toots with those interests.
@gargron I tend to delete "We miss you" mails out of spite, because I get a creepy "company trying to be my pal" feel from it, so I'd like to veto that (yes, not a company, I know, but you get the idea)
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