In some cases you want to share your email messages to friends:
- Share an old email chain with a friend -- usually someone who was on on the chain in the first place.
- Tweet copies of your acceptance letters to university: vanity.
- Publicize annoying marketing emails: public shaming companies --- maybe then the recent email marketing craze will calm down!
- Forward an email to a large group of people without CC-ing all of them.
So, what's the easiest way to share an email to your friends on Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, or other social media?
Forward your email to email@example.com. That's it! You'll get a short URL of your email immediately, e.g., https://nfil.es/w/hI6JK9/. So you can easily share this short URL anywhere you want. Note: the URL is private to you and those who you share with.
The Step by Step guide:
Step 1: Send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Step 2: You'll get a reply from nFiles shortly.
So the mail you send will become a web page with a short URL, e.g., https://nfil.es/w/5dmySY/. Then you can share the URL anywhere you want!