All about the new features we launched last week.
Today marks the end of Resend Forward, our second launch week.
In the last seven days, we shipped six new features.
Here's a quick recap of what we launched:
On Monday, we expanded Resend from being an email API to a no-code tool for technical and non-technical team members to engage with their audience.
Broadcasts are designed to help you send email blasts using our WYSIWYG editor, with extensive inbox support out-of-the-box thanks to React Email.
It also comes with email testing, markdown support, performance tracking, and 1,000 contacts for free.
On Tuesday, we announced a new way to manage recipients.
Audiences allows you to add, update, retrieve, and remove contacts without having to worry about the entire unsubscribe flow. All with our 9 new API endpoints.
Importing contacts is easy with our simple CSV wizard and comes with support for
unsubscribed as custom attributes.
On Wednesday, we launched our first region in Asia: Tokyo, Japan.
With the Tokyo region, we're excited that now our users in Asia can take advantage of the multi-region benefits like faster delivery, easier account management, and increased resilience.
On Thursday, we released a new batch API to send up to 100 emails in one request.
On Friday, we continued our mission to create the best developer experience for email with a new major version of react.email.
On Saturday, we added a way for you to customize your Resend Dashboard experience with a light theme.
This is just the beginning of what we have planned for 2024.
Thank you for following along. See you in the next one.