Spool Raises $1 million in financing

Spool the company was a different company than the one hosting this blog, but in case you are wondering what happened to that other company, this was the blog post.

Dear Spool Users,

We’re very proud to announce that we’ve raised $1 million in outside financing for Spool. Our complete list of investors is below.

Though we’ve only been in private beta for 3 months, we’ve seen tremendous growth and received an overwhelmingly positive response. We have raised money to continue building a product our users love and are humbly looking forward to the opportunity to do so. We’ll be investing heavily in improving SpoolBot, polishing our mobile and browser applications, making the product easier to use for new users, and making it easier to share content with your close friends.

In the mold of great businesses we admire, our goal is to efficiently use our outside investment to improve the lives of millions of users. To this end, we have selected investors who have experience investing in the highest growth technology companies (Google, Twitter, Facebook, and more), who have themselves founded or built world changing companies (YouTube, Palantir,  LinkedIn, and more), and entrepreneurs who have relevant experience outside of technology companies as well.

We have some big things in store for Spool and are looking forward to sharing them with you. As always, we’d love to hear your thoughts and feedback — please don’t hesitate to email us at feedback@getspool.com.

-The Spool Team

Our Investors

  • SVAngel
  • Felicis Ventures
  • Start Fund
  • Charles River Ventures
  • Vivi Nevo
  • Steve Chen
  • Elad Gil
  • Deep Nishar
  • Kevin Donahue
  • Joe Lonsdale
  • Bill Lohse
  • David King
  • Nils Johnson
  • Matt Ocko
  • Raymond Tonsing

SpoolBot is at Inbox Zero

Spool the company was a different company than the one hosting this blog, but in case you are wondering what happened to that other company, this was the blog post.

We’ve launched an update to SpoolBot that allows it to better understand emails with links and attachments intended for your Spool account. As a result, SpoolBot went back and re-processed emails that it didn’t handle properly the first time through, so you may notice some new recordings in your account.

In case you’re wondering how to save to Spool via email, read this post

As always, if you have any questions, please email us at support@spoolbot.com

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