General questions

What is Timyo? One min video overview.

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What are the benefits of sending and receiving emails with Timyo?

Timyo introduces a new dimension of time to the traditional email protocol. We believe that addressing time is a critical piece of information as important as the topic or recipient himself and when left empty ...

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If everyone uses Timyo won't they always send emails with an ASAP expectation?

It's one of the most frequently asked questions: if users can set their own expectation will this feature be abused? The obvious answer is that our current work-place environment exists in an always-on state a...

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Does the person you're emailing need to install Timyo? 

No. You can compose emails to anyone like on any other email app. If you send your email with a Timyo expectations to a non-Timyo user, Timyo automatically inserts a clear, simple, and polite message. Timyo i...

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Why scheduling emails with Timyo is different than the standard snooze feature.

Why using Timyo's scheduling features are not the same as snooze When you swipe an email in Timyo to assign it a date you don't exactly snooze it the same way other email apps work. The main difference is th...

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How does Timyo transform Distraction into Clarity?

"While working, I constantly feel the urge to check and recheck my inbox to make sure I haven't received something more important." Due to our work culture of “ASAP” and “always on” expectations, our inboxes a...

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How does Timyo transform Waste Of Time into Productivity?

"I receive too many emails." By clearly setting expectations, Timyo helps people communicate more meaningfully and to consider what they really expect before sending an email. Timyo makes it easier to use emai...

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How does Timyo reduce stress?

"I find myself checking my inbox constantly to make sure I don't miss anything important, even when I'm not at work." Because inboxes are messy, with a constantly growing mix of important and non-important ema...

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