Time delay on mail sent

Time delay on mail sent

8 posts
21 May 2009
RedChecker
Photographer
RedChecker
Edit: delay is the wrong word but you'll catch my drift.

Following on from someones rant in the forums, could we have a time function that could be added to outgoing messages so that they self-destruct within a given time period if unread (not Mission Impossible style unfortunately).  eg. no point in the model reading a post about a job next week if she reads it a month later.

An idea of some selectable time scales:

1 day
3 days
1 week
2 weeks
1 month
2 months
6 months
Unlimited
Posted 21 May 2009
Edited by RedChecker 21 May 2009
JimiMohan
Photographer
JimiMohan
RedChecker
Edit: delay is the wrong word but you'll catch my drift. Following on from someones rant in the forums, could we have a time function that could be added to outgoing messages so that they self-destruct within a given time period if unread (not Mission Impossible style unfortunately).  eg. no point in the model reading a post about a job next week if she reads it a month later. An idea of some selectable time scales: 1 day 3 days 1 week 2 weeks 1 month 2 months 6 months Unlimited
+100
Posted 24 Sep 2011
Badger
Photographer
Badger
RedChecker

Edit: delay is the wrong word but you'll catch my drift.

Following on from someones rant in the forums, could we have a time function that could be added to outgoing messages so that they self-destruct within a given time period if unread (not Mission Impossible style unfortunately).  eg. no point in the model reading a post about a job next week if she reads it a month later.

An idea of some selectable time scales:

1 day
3 days
1 week
2 weeks
1 month
2 months
6 months
Unlimited


+ 1000

I once got a reply 11 months after I sent the pm, completely forgotten what it was all about, lol.


Posted 25 Sep 2011
RedChecker
Photographer
RedChecker
As a sideline to this suggestion, I still think this time delay / self destruct would be useful
Posted 17 Aug 2012
Brian_Markie
Photographer
Brian_Markie
Not a bad Idea but I'd personally like to go one further and do the same with profiles be it model, a tog, mua or whoever. I recently spent a period of time unemployed and started random emailing people in my area. It was until i noticed that models hadn't logged on in the previous 3 months quite a lot longer. My opinion would be to auto delete profiles that haven't been active within a specific period. One of the advantages to this would be to prevent wannabe's from setting up an account but with no intention of using the service at all.
Posted 17 Aug 2012
RedChecker
Photographer
RedChecker
Brian_Markie

Not a bad Idea but I'd personally like to go one further and do the same with profiles be it model, a tog, mua or whoever. I recently spent a period of time unemployed and started random emailing people in my area. It was until i noticed that models hadn't logged on in the previous 3 months quite a lot longer. My opinion would be to auto delete profiles that haven't been active within a specific period. One of the advantages to this would be to prevent wannabe's from setting up an account but with no intention of using the service at all.


Posted 17 Aug 2012
Brian_Markie
Photographer
Brian_Markie
Kind of take your point but in how many instances would a person have replied to an email but may not have logged on in 8 months!

Posted 17 Aug 2012
mph
Photographer
mph
[qt][author]Brian_Markie[/author]
My opinion would be to auto delete profiles that haven't been active within a specific period. One of the advantages to this would be to prevent wannabe's from setting up an account but with no intention of using the service at all. [/qt]

And before the mods come back and point out that this is a site for hosting portfolios - it's a site for hosting portfolios! They are using the service as you call it.

Posted 17 Aug 2012
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