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  • Toastio is streamlining digital communication
  • Toastio is streamlining digital communication
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SIGNAL

Toastio is streamlining digital communication

What if emails were limited to the same character count as a Twitter post? Toastio is a service that aims to streamline digital communication by limiting emails to 350 characters, which it hopes will encourage people to write emails that are straight to the point.

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