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What is a Scheduled Future Share?

You can schedule delivery of any message to a future date. For example, you may want to author an Annual New Years’ Eve message to your family. You could write the message in advance and schedule it for delivery on New Years Eve. You might schedule delivery of a note to a grandchild for their 21st birthday. You might  schedule a message to yourself in 5 years. There are any number of uses for scheduling messages for delivery at a future date.

Message notifications are sent via email. Emails addresses change. We recommend that you use “permanent” email addresses in the system and consider copying a person or two you trust to help ensure delivery at your specified future date.

Limitations on Future Scheduled Messages 

Data storage is a significant expense — therefore limits are required.

Maximum Scheduled Future Share is up to 10 years in the future.

Data Limit on Scheduled Future Share = 5MB / Entry.

You can schedule share each Entry with multiple Recipients.

 

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