If you haven’t seen this yet in your goomail then you’re missing potentially the best Google Labs development ever: Mail Goggles so that you can never again send that email that you will regret later.
Essentially it checks to see if you’re in the “right state of mind” before you send that email.
By default, Mail Goggles is only active late night on the weekend as that is the time you’re most likely to need it. Once enabled, you can adjust when it’s active in the General settings.
So, seriously folks… is there a ministry application here?
I can’t even describe how many times either I, a friend, my wife, my pastor, an elder, a ministry leader has emailed something that they had wished they had never sent. Often times, for myself, if I had only talked to someone about it (my wife typically), someone I trusted, or had another pair of eyes on it before I press the irreversible “send” button, it would have saved me tons of grief (and time on my knees asking for email forgiveness).
Does anyone feel me on this?