Email Reminder Service
What if you could send your email into the future?
- clean up your inbox?
- follow up better?
- make a time capsule?
- remember birthdays?
ReplyLater is an easy email reminder service. Simply send an email to one of our special addresses ending in @replylater.com.
Look at How Many Ways You Can Send!
|Send an email to:||And we'll reply to you:|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||January 1st, 2019|
|email@example.com||June 7th, 2019|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Exactly one day from now|
|email@example.com||Two weeks from now|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Three months from now|
|email@example.com||Four years from now|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||One week after May 1st|
|email@example.com||One week before May 1st|
To learn more possibilities, check out the Manual.
One Minute Demo
Try sending an email 1 minute into the future: email firstname.lastname@example.org right now.
Learn How Alice Always Remembers Birthdays
Before ReplyLater, Alice had trouble remembering birthdays. Alice wants to be sure to remember Bob's birthday, so she send an email to email@example.com.
Then on December 1st, at the stroke of midnight, she receives a reply to that email (with the same subject) that reminds her that Bob's birthday is coming up soon.
Learn How Alice Follows Up Better
ReplyLater also makes Alice look like a follow up master. Alice emails Bob about the TPS reports on Monday, but Bob isn't that great about getting back to her. Normally Alice has to devise some system to remind herself to check up on Bob later in the week. Now with ReplyLater, Alice just sends the email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Then Alice stores her email conversation away knowing that she will be reminded on Thursday about it.
On Thursday, Alice gets a reply email from email@example.com that brings the conversation back to her inbox and reminds her to follow up with Bob. Bob gets back to her, and the TPS report is finished on time!