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Re: [BayNode] Request for Feedback for Reminders for Hack Night.

From: user 6.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 10, 2011 5:46 PM

Keep em. If people are annoyed use filters or meetup message settings.

On Aug 10,[masked]:58 PM, "Adam Crabtree" <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hey all,
>
> Meetup just sent out a reminder for Hack Night for next week. It does so
> automatically 1 week before and 1 day before, which means at a minimum
> you're going to be getting 2 emails per week (every Tuesday, 1 day, and
> Wednesday, 1 week). I'm incentivized to keep this so that any new members
> are aware of the Hack Night, but also so that current members are reminded
> in the event that they want to come. Obviously this can be annoying though.
>
> Should I turn off the automatic emails? It's all or nothing. Meetup.com
> doesn't allow you to specify the automatic email settings, and I likely
> won't bother to send a manually reminder every week, though it is an option,
> especially if someone wants to volunteer. ;)
>
> Cheers,
> Adam Crabtree

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