Sorting by

×

Confirmed!

You did it.

Yer in like Flynn as a spankin’ new subscriber to the Blogroll Scroll!

For that I am grateful to you.

Expect to receive your first issue in the mail shortly!

It’s super-highly recommended that you white list ray@blogroll.org in your email thingy so it keeps our scrolls from falling into that really scary spam blackhole…

Here’s how:

Gmail

If you are using the tabbed inbox, our emails may go to the ‘Promotions’ tab. To ensure our newsletters go directly to your Primary inbox:

  • On Desktop:
    • Drag and drop your newsletter (or confirmation email) to that tab OR right click on the email in your inbox and select Move to Tab > Primary
    • If you get the prompt This conversation has been moved to “Primary.” Do this for all future messages from ray@blogroll.org?, select Yes
  • On mobile web:
    • Select the newsletter in your inbox, tap move from the dropdown menu and select Primary
  • On Gmail App:
    • Tap on the hamburger icon in the top left-hand corner of the screen and select “Promotions” from the menu
    • Open the newsletter
    • Click on the three dots in the topmost right-hand corner of the screen (in the red header bar)
    • Select “Move to,” then “Primary”

Another way on Gmail desktop

  • Click on the gear icon in the top right corner of Gmail, and select “Settings” from the dropdown list
  • Click the “Filters and Blocked Addresses” tab
  • Click on the “Create a New Filter” link
  • In the window that pops up, enter “@blogroll.org” in the From field to add us to your allow or safe sender list
  • Click on “Create filter with this search” in the bottom left corner of the popup window
  • Check the box for “Never send it to Spam”
  • Click “Create filter.” You will be sent back to the Settings window with a notification saying “Your Filter was created”

Outlook

Outlook Desktop App

  • Right click on any email in your inbox
  • Select Junk > Junk E-mail Options
  • In the Junk E-mail Options pop up window, go to the second tab on the top labeled “Safe Senders”
  • Click “Add”
  • Type in “@blogroll.org” and click OK
  • Click “Apply” in the bottom right hand corner of the window
  • Either hit “OK” or close out of the window

Outlook OWA

  • Click on the gear icon in the top right hand corner
  • Select “Options” from the drop down menu
  • In the left hand column, select Mail > Junk email > Safe senders
  • Enter “blogroll.org” in the box where it says “Enter a sender or domain here” to add our newsletter(s) to your allow or safe sender list
  • Click on the + icon
  • Save

Outlook OWA (beta version)

  • Click on the gear icon in the top right hand corner
  • Select “View full settings”
  • Select “Junk email”
  • Scroll down to the section for “Safe senders”
  • Enter “blogroll.org” in the box where it says “Enter a sender or domain here” to add our newsletter(s) to your allow or safe sender list
  • Click on the Add button
  • Save

Yahoo!

Yahoo Desktop

  • Go to “Settings” in the top right corner, and click on “More Settings” at the bottom of the menu
  • Click on “Filters” in the left side bar
  • Select “Add new filters” and give your filter a name
  • Under “Set Rules,” select “contains” and enter “@blogroll.org” for the filter value
  • Under “Choose a folder to move to,” select “Inbox” from the dropdown
  • Save

Android devices

  • Open your newsletter
  • Tap the picture next to ray@blogroll.org that displays before the message
  • Tap Add to Contacts
  • Select OK

iOS devices

  • Open your newsletter
  • Tap the email address ray@blogroll.org in From field
  • Tap Create New Contact

While yer here, why not browse the latest stories from sites in our blogroll planet?