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Create group newsletters with friends and family

Stay in touch, grow closer together, and discover things you never knew with the most important people in your life.

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How it works

Pick inquisitive questions

Choose from dozens of thoughtful questions or add your own.

Invite your inner circle

We use email, no apps! Just add your people and we'll take care of the rest.

Share an experience

Get everyone's bite-sized stories in a fun and beautiful email, ready for reply-all.

Made for friends and families

Groups of all kinds use Letterloop to grow closer together, even when far apart.
Family

Family Musings

Siblings and parents across the country stay connected and grow closer together.

Friends

The Homies

Close friends living busy lives stay in touch by asking and answering thoughtful questions.

Friends

OG Crew

Old friends from college keep up with each others' lives, share photos, and give support.

Thinkers & Doers

Buddies from a meetup share thoughts, opinions, and personal goals with each other.

Dream Team

Old work friends stay in the loop by sharing personal updates, challenges, and goals.

The Roberts Fam

Extended relatives who live far apart share stories, memes, and life updates to stay connected.

People *really* like Letterloop
"Family matters a lot to me. I love calls (when we get the timing right), but I didn't even realize the conversations we were missing out on until now. Our newsletter has introduced so many new discussions."
— Rachel, San Francisco
"I'm the IT support for my family. We all live in different cities and sometimes we can barely get on Zoom! With this, I love that I can just say "check your email" and everyone gets the newsletter."
— Justin, Boston
"I'm super busy with work, so staying in touch with close friends is often hard. It always brightens my day when I see our Letterloop pop up in my inbox."
— Madison, Austin
Spark new conversations
We crafted a unique set of questions that invite your friends and family to share interesting and meaningful insights about their lives.
Just email, no apps
Getting everyone to download a new app is a hassle. That's why Letterloop uses a tool everyone already knows, making it easy to get the whole group going.
Ditch the guesswork
Finding time to connect shouldn't be so hard. Pick your questions, set a frequency, and add your people — we'll take care of the rest every time.
FAQs
What is Letterloop and how does it work?
Letterloop is a fun way to have a group newsletter without the work. You pick the questions for your group to answer, then Letterloop creates a fun and beautiful newsletter with everyone's replies. All you need is to do is invite your people!
How is this different from calling and texting?
Letterloop lets you ask and answer meaningful questions about everyone's lives that don't often come up over call or text.

In our experience, calls are wonderful, but thinking of great questions (and answering them!) on the spot can be tough. It's easy to fall into the same patterns of communication. Plus, while group calls are fun, they can quickly get too chaotic for everyone to ask and answer thoughtful questions.

Texting is convenient but isn't designed for everyone to get a chance to share at the same time. Chat threads offer spontaneity and are a great way to share bits of your life in real-time. But when was the last time you asked everyone in your thread a question like, "What brings you energy and joy lately?"

Letterloop lets you ask these kinds of questions over email, giving people the time and space to reply. At the end of each cycle, the replies are presented in a fun and beautiful newsletter delivered to everyone's inbox. It's our way of slowing down that we hope you'll adopt as a new ritual with your friends and family.
What are the questions and who chooses them?
We crafted a set of questions designed to spark fun and thoughtful replies. The questions range from updates about your week to thoughts on identity, life stories, and personal philosophies.

Each newsletter cycle, we'll suggest a few questions for you. You can always swap questions or add your own. Plus, members of your newsletter can ask their own questions that you can include too.
Does Letterloop cost anything to use?
Your first two Letterloop issues are completely free. Afterwards, one person from your group can sponsor the Letterloop to keep it going for everyone for $3 per month. Plus, you can create unlimited additional Letterloops at no extra charge.

Among social apps, costing money is unusual. But we think costing money is a good thing — it means we never show ads, and we never sell your data. It lets us keep Letterloop a truly private and meaningful place for your friends and family.

If your Letterloop brings everyone closer together, we hope you find it valuable enough to pay for it directly.
How does Letterloop handle privacy?
Privacy matters a lot to us. The replies and photos you share can only be viewed by the family and friends you add to your newsletter. We never share data with third parties, and we don't use your information to serve ads or send marketing content. At any time, you can erase your data.
I want to use this! How do I make sure everyone's interested?
When you sign up, you have the opportunity to write a short, personal note that will be sent to everyone you invite. It gets included in the onboarding email to your group members. This helps personally introduce Letterloop to your friends and family, and explain how it works at the same time.

Sometimes a heads up can be helpful too. Try sending this in your group chat after you sign up:

“Hey everyone, I found this neat service called Letterloop! It lets us have our own group newsletter where we all ask and answer interesting questions about our lives. The whole thing is done over email. I just signed us up, so be on the lookout for an onboarding email. I'm excited to see what everyone has to say!” 
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