Superhuman, the buzzing email launch that you may have encountered even if you do not have access yourself, if you've ever encountered an email sent through Superhuman, is making some changes to the community Feedback. This includes removing site logging altogether, removing all existing location data, and disabling read signing and enabling it for users.
The default email tracking behavior of the email app (embedding the frequently used advertising tool of a "pixel" in emails, which provides senders with information about whether an email was opened or not, has raised a number of concerns referring to this blog post by former Twitter design manager Mike Davidson Davidson's Post has generated a lot of community feedback, and now superhuman founder Rahul Vohra has an answer to that In particular, Superhuman's product changes focus on reducing the potential misuse of site data disclosure that is very dangerous to the recipient in the hands of a sender of malicious intent It also introduces new versions of the app that do not use location data rober surface are displayed. All existing logged location data is also deleted, so that they can only be found via the user interface, as Vohra explained in detail in a blog entry.
However, Superhuman will not completely override the Read Status feature ̵
Vohra said on Twitter why Superhuman did not reply despite a few days of heated conversation about their company is that the startup considered how best to address the concerns. As Matthew noted in a Tuesday article on the subject, discussion and debate should work that way.