Don't forget to order your supplies for this year's International BookCrossing Day (April 21)! The last day to order them is March 25, because we'll need time to get them to you before the big day arrives. And this year's labels were designed by Azuki and they're great. So don't miss out, get your orders in while you can!
see it back. Do we have to re-sign up to receive it?
If you were getting it in the past and have not changed your email address or profile settings, you should get it now. You can check your profile page, though; there's a specific checkbox for the newsletter, and if it's off you can turn it back on.
There's a chance that the emails will take some time to reach everyone; the emails aren't all sent simultaneously, and it may depend where you are in the mailing list order (and/or which email provider you have).
received it by now (and I haven't), I likely won't be. Whatever the reason, since I don't plan to change my email address (a yahoo addy), I hope that the powers that be will continue to post the link here in an announcement whenever it comes out so we can still enjoy it. In fact, there may be no need for the email version if we can access it here!
Next time! ; ) Like others here...I have checked my spam, and checked my Profile settings, and even posted a "NEWSFLASH" with links to here on my Bookshelf for those involved in Challenges like myself, who may view the announcement there.
I very much enjoyed reading the newsletter (THANK YOU BC TEAM for providing the link here!) and am especially happy to have supporting evidence that "Reading Books Instead of Kindles Can Improve Your Memory"! I have been telling people for YEARS that I much prefer to have a real book in my hands. Just nothing like it!
Just a quick update on how the newsletter was mailed this time. We tried a different service, which did great for delivering the majority of the newsletters sent, but obviously didn't hit the mark for others. It was an experiment, and we will regroup and reconsider mailing options for the next. In the meantime, we will ALWAYS post a link for you if the spam monster catchers snag your copy before it gets to you. Please accept our apologies if the mailing didn't get to you and know that we're figuring it all out to do better.
Just a quick update on how the newsletter was mailed this time. We tried a different service, which did great for delivering the majority of the newsletters sent, but obviously didn't hit the mark for others. It was an experiment, and we will regroup and reconsider mailing options for the next.
I did not get the newsletter with the old delivery method either, so for me it made no difference positive or negative.
In the meantime, we will ALWAYS post a link for you if the spam monster catchers snag your copy before it gets to you.
I figured you would! But I also thought knowing who did and didn't get it might help figure out the problem. I don't think, in my case, that it was spam filters, as unless I've set up a rule to delete something or put a sender/domain it on my "automatic spam" list, spam goes to a folder that I can check.