For those of you old enough to remember tinyletter.com, it was an extremely simplified newsletter creation tool that was eventually acquired by Mailchimp. I really appreciated the pure design and focus of this previous company that I decided to name my service tinynews.ai as an homage. Source: 2 months ago
Tinyletter - I only heard about this source later on, so it wasn’t relevant, but I might’ve used it (note: it is part of Mailchimp). - Source: dev.to / over 1 year ago
For how to actively distribute the newsletters if you go the email route there’s several services (unless you’re cool with just whacking everyone’s email into a BCC list and sending manually, of course) you might find Tiny Letter useful. It’s 100% free and intended for exactly this sort of content and handles important things like unsubscribe functionality. That said is does seem to require a postal address that... Source: over 1 year ago
Tinyletter.com — 5,000 subscribers/month free. - Source: dev.to / almost 2 years ago
Back in 2016 I had a (now defunct, sadly) newsletter on Tinyletter, a tool which I frankly despised. I had the worst thought an engineer could ever have — "I bet I could build a better version of this in a weekend". It turned out to be quite a bigger undertaking than a weekend 😅, but after posting a lot about it online I realized there was a lot of demand from people like me for a better tool. Source: almost 2 years ago
The first thing was to choose my newsletter app. I thought about using Mailchimp, as I had previous experience with that platform. Then I learned about Tinyletter (a more inferior version of Mailchimp). I decided it has everything I need, from a subscription list to a simple HTML editor. - Source: dev.to / almost 2 years ago
I have some friends who do a TinyLetter, works pretty well. Don't know about APIs but it's run by mailchimp (and is free) so worth checking out, might have what you want. https://tinyletter.com/. Source: about 2 years ago
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