We may have surprised a few of our users yesterday with the announcement of one of our next releases – Passpack Messaging.
We’d love to hear your feedback.
And in the meantime – here are a few ideas on how Passpack users can use Messaging…
Send Pin Numbers or Deadline Dates
If you are a professional, a freelancer, a business owner or similar, you have most likely had to exchange sensitive info that you just don’t feel that comfortable exchanging via email – PIN numbers, deadline dates, user logins, normal text messages, events and of course…passwords.
Busy offices have busy ears and some information is worth sending encrypted.
You’re about to leave work and can’t remember the new security code on the house? You could have your spouse/partner email or text it to you but do you really feel secure sending that information around like that? Have an encrypted message sent to your Passpack account. Job done. You can leave work knowing the security code is safe in Passpack and never traveled unencrypted.
Families and friends have endless options for secure Messaging between accounts: PIN numbers, travel plans, insurance codes, a private message you want to stay private like possible birthday gifts for Mom…
If you spend a certain part of your day in front of a computer and like to drop terms that leave most average internet users perplexed, you’ll love Passpack Messaging, but I will leave it to you all to tell us why? What could YOU do with Passpack Messaging?
Want to Try Messaging?
Keep in mind that messaging is ONE of the many features Passpack plans on releasing and we are always looking for your feedback. The following ideas on how to use Passpack Messaging are just a taste of what’s to come and a small step to a big plan called Sharing.