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Another option would be to go with multiple translations in a single email and linking to internal anchors. In this case, users who aren't reading in the default (first) language have the experience of clicking on a link to see the content they want (as in @dan1111's suggestion), but you avoid having to create and make available all the different ...


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Display one language, but provide links for other translations. Given that HTML email is the norm, you need not treat it like a static document. Use the same interface that websites do, providing small links to switch to other languages. This will be much more visually pleasing than a single email with multiple translations in it. It will also give a ...


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Thread Arcs are a way to display even long and complex discourses in a compact way. Threadvis exemplifies this within the Thunderbird mail client. Individual messages are represented by circular shapes here, which are aligned on a horizontal axis. Several types of messages are distinguished: normal vs. selected and by viewer or by others. Ownership (me ...


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There is no "best" time for anything out of context. As others have suggested, this is the kind of thing you should test. A quick Google search shows the potential for wide variety of results: Unbounce - Get Subscribers from Popups The best time to show a pop-up is 60 seconds after your visitors enter your site. How to raise your email opt-in ...


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Poor context = poor UX Yes, the pop-up looks like an advertisement. Yes, knee-jerk adverse reactions are to be expected. That is because most ads are not relevant and serve as a disruption/distraction: they are in poor context. The optimal time is when it is relevant and beneficial to the user. Showing an initially irrelevant screen is raising the barrier ...



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