There’s no shortage of ways for people to stay in touch these days; you can text, chat, video chat or snap-chat with anyone from anywhere at any time without giving it a second thought.
The interesting thing about all these ways to communicate is that many of them are generational, older people prefer to call (really old people write letters), the slightly younger might prefer email or a video chat, younger than them would use mobile text chat while even younger communication only in pictures and emoji!
This choice and diversity is great but what about when the generations want to talk to each other? Say, when a family want to share news about a grandchild’s first day at school or arrange a surprise 80th birthday party.
Group email is perfect for this sort of thing. Everyone has an email address and everyone knows how to use email. It’s a truly cross-generational communication technology. It’s also a more personal way of sharing what is happening in your life than Facebook or other social networks.
Gaggle Mail is a really simple and easy way to get setup with group email that even the most technologically averse generation will find a joy to use.