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Skiff turns 3Skiff turns three years old today!
On April 1, 2020, Skiff was founded to build completely private yet uncompromisingly simple products. Today, three years later, we’re blown away by our community’s support, excited by product adoption, and determined to build even better products ahead.
In beta: Our first two yearsIn 2020 and 2021, Skiff had a minimal online presence and was focused on delivering our first product - Skiff Pages.Skiff Pages was built to be a modern, private collaboration product. As our lives become increasingly digital, privacy has become scarce, and every existing collaboration product lacked end-to-end encryption or collected a copious amount of data about users.Skiff Pages was built to be different and better: End-to-end encrypted, completely private, and designed in the model of new and more flexible team collaboration products - with subpages, powerful tables, and shortcuts and markdown for power users.Today, hundreds of thousands of people have used Skiff Pages to write notes, organize their team workspaces, and share public documents or wikis.
2022: Skiff Mail, Drive, and Calendar2022 was a big year for Skiff, as we launched Skiff Mail, then Skiff Drive, and finally Skiff Calendar at the end of the year. We also launched mobile apps for each Skiff product, going from a web-only interface to the intuitive and ubiquitous native interfaces on iOS and Android. Today, Skiff Mail has over 100K downloads on the Google Play Store!Towards the end of 2022, we launched Skiff Calendar, bringing private schedules, meetings, and video events to all Skiff users. Revamped Skiff paid plans - Essential, Pro, and Business - have enabled businesses from 5 to 500 people to use Skiff effectively for their organization.New Skiff Mail features were also launched, including custom domains, remote content blocking, and easy import from other mail providers.
2023 - and beyond2023 has already been a big year for Skiff. With Skiff Calendar and Drive mobile apps launched, Skiff Contacts released, and new features for businesses and teams (catch-all aliases, domain purchasing, and more), we’ve seen accelerating adoption and enthusiasm for a privacy-first workspace.Thank you so much to all of our users, supporters, and team members - we’ll continue sharing regular updates.
Questions?If you have any questions, feel free to join our Discord, write to us on Twitter, or contact us at [email protected]. You can also post a question on our subreddit.
Andrew MilichCatch-all aliases releasedCatch-all aliases enable enormous flexibility and powerful privacy for any custom domain. How can you set them up?
Skiff TeamIntroducing Skiff Mail
Jason GinsbergSkiff Drive iOS app launchedThe Skiff Drive iOS app is out! Learn more about how to download the Drive iOS app and use it to manage and share end-to-end encrypted files.
Andrew MilichSkiff Drive on Android launchSkiff Drive is live on Android.
Andrew MilichBlock trackers and remote content on Skiff MailStarting today, all Skiff Mail users on every plan can disable remote content loading by default in their inbox.
Andrew MilichQuick guide: Get your custom domain set upHow can you add a custom domain to your Skiff account? Learn more in this guide.
Andrew MilichHow to invite your team to a shared workspaceYou've just set up your Skiff account. How can you share your team?
Jason GinsbergThe four biggest cloud security threats and how to prevent themVarious cloud security threats can put your data at risk, but most are preventable. Learn about the common dangers and how to mitigate them.