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The word “nudge” is such a sweet verb meaning: “to push against gently, especially in order to gain attention or give a signal.” While from time to time we all could use a little nudge in our lives, how about with your email?  Absolutely.

Think about how many times you have received an important email that you know needed to stay in the forefront of your mind.  Up until now, our only way to keep it from getting lost in some email folder (or even worse, deleted) was to have it clutter up our in-box. So, what if there was a way for you to receive that same email at a time/date that better suites your needs?  There is way to do this and it’s called Nudgemail.

Here is how Nudgemail works.  You receive an email. You then forward that email to Nudgemail and setup the time/date you want to receive the email. Pretty slick huh?  Wouldn’t this be great just for airline reservations?  I know that whenever I am flying anywhere, a day before I am supposed to leave (usually at the time I am needing to “check-in” online), I am scrambling around trying to find my airline ticket confirmation. Sigh.

You can set a Nudgemail for:

Another thing Nudgemail can be used for is sending yourself a reminder and then having it delivered back to you on the day/time you specify.

To use Nudgemail you do not have to register, sign-up, or download any special software. The program works with all computer devices – Windows, Mac, Blackberry, Android, iPhone, iPad, etc. And, works with all email clients – Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, etc.

And yes… it’s absolutely free.  However, If do enjoy using, the developers hope you consider showing your appreciation with their “Pay As You Want” plans.  So what is not to like about this cool this program?  I nudge you to give it a shot.

By Gillian Whitney

Communications Consultant