@numericcitizen the only one I have setup takes the most recent tweets from the members of a private list (up to 200 total tweets) and emails me the tweets at 7:30 AM.
I haven't received the email yet, but I'm very hopeful that this will replace the vast majority of my usage — instead of launching Tweetbot a dozen times each day.
@w4rner I’m not sure to understand your question...
@w4rner all of Mailbrew is a paid service. There's a 14-day free trial, but after that it's $8 per month.
@w4rner Mailbrew is really neat and it seems like the best way to funnel tweets into an open system that I already use. But I agree $8 a month is a bit steep just for that. I'm going to let the trial play out and see if it's something I want to keep.
@w4rner they're not really ads. I was part of Carbon Ads prior to joining Automattic and decided to drop them so I could take advantage of some of the employee discounts on Jetpack. But I didn't like what my site looked like without the ads (I did the design with those in mind). So I rolled my own that point to Automattic's brands as a way to promote them.