We’ve decided to retire Gliph’s Firefox and Chrome browser plugins. We have removed both from their plugin marketplaces. Continue reading
Today we’re debuting some updates to Cloaked Email. All three changes are in direct response to feedback from people just like you. Remember to share your ideas and suggestions with us using the Support Gliph or by email at support at gli.ph
You can now click a link at the bottom of any email received over one of your Cloaked Email addresses to stop receiving email from a particular address. This super-opt-out feature allows you to avoid many hoops that companies make you go through to get off their email list.
If you accidentally block a sender, or change your mind and want to unblock someone, you can still do so. Under Cloaked Email, choose the Cloak you want to edit the block list for and then tap the Edit button to Unblock a particular address.
Copy Yourself on Outgoing Cloaked Email
You can now send yourself a copy of an outgoing email sent over Cloaked Email. The Chrome and Firefox plugins have been updated with a “Send me a copy” item that will copy you on outgoing emails sent via Cloaked Email. Some people describe this as BCCing themselves.
This feature is also available in the Gliph Mobile Web client (https://gli.ph), and will be a part of an upcoming release for iPhone. Here are some handy links to the Firefox and Chrome pages:
Lean Emails (Paid Feature)
We’ve added a new upgrade for Cloaked Email called Lean Emails. This paid option removes all promotional content from emails sent or received over Cloaked Email. We’ve added this in direct response to multiple requests for a paid option to remove Gliph company messaging from Cloaked Email.
This feature is currently for sale in the Gliph Web Store and will be a part of an upcoming release for iPhone in-app purchase.
Update 1/15/15: We’ve decided to retire these plugins. See this post for more information.
Today we’re unveiling the first versions of Gliph plugins for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox web browsers.
These handy new extensions help you create and send new emails from your Cloaked Email addresses, and make adding privacy to Craigslist and other websites easy. If you aren’t familiar with Cloaked Email, take a moment to review this blog entry.
How to Install the Gliph Chrome Extension