You may get a few business newsletters in your email inbox. Some you signed up for while others are involuntary with a small unsubscribe link at the bottom. What if the process to publish newsletters was easier to the point individuals could easily send them out Google may be wondering this very thing as it is experimenting with Museletter an option that would allow journalists and others to send newsletters via Google Docs.

Google8217s Area 120 an internal research and development division has been working on the Museletter project. This would allow a creator to publish any Google Drive file. Particularly a Google Doc could be published and pushed out to an email list or to a public profile on Museletter.

Not that Google is the only company experimenting with such a platform Twitter acquired the Revue newsletter platform early this year. It of course makes it easier for Twitter users to send newsletters to their followers.


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