TLDR Gaggle Mail now supports subgroups – and they’re awesome!
It’s been a long time coming but we’ve finally added subgroups to Gaggle Mail. As with all features on Gaggle Mail, we really wanted to make sure subgroups were as simple and intuitive as they could be and I think we’ve done exactly that.
With a group added as a subgroup to another (parent) group, then all messages sent to the parent group will also be sent to the subgroup. It’s that simple.
We take into account any moderation and daily digests, and we also take care of any duplicate recipients to make sure members only receive one copy of a message.
Once groups are linked together you just drag a group into the subgroup section of the parent group and to set up a subgroup. If you want to remove a subgroup, just simply click the cross next to its name.
This has been a highly anticipated feature for us so please give it a try and let us know your feedback.
TLDR: We now have a free plan.
From the very start Gaggle Mail was a paid service. This kept things simple, it meant we only had to support users who were actually paying us – which is great when your resources are small. It also meant that if people were willing to pay for our service then we must be doing something right, which is invaluable feedback when you’re starting out.
However, now we’ve grown and Gaggle Mail is a mature product we have the capacity to accommodate free users who maybe don’t need our full feature set or who are on a tight budget. Hopefully, this will also help spread the word about Gaggle Mail which can only be a good thing, right?!
The pricing of our paid plans hasn’t changed with single groups starting from just $2 per month and $4 per month for unlimited groups.
So if you, or someone you know, needs a free group email service, then send them over.
The free plan has all the features of a paid group with the following restrictions:
• Maximum 20 members
• Custom domains are not supported
• No custom welcome email or footer