Associate an Email:
Most of us have several emails, one for work, one for personal use, and some for the job search. Independent of how many email addresses you have, Pushudo.com caters to you by allowing you to associate as many email addresses to your Pushudo.com account as you’d like. This means that if you have five email addresses associated with your account, it doesn’t matter to what address you receive a Pushudo, it’ll end up all the same in one convenient location, your myPushudos Inbox.
Blocked or Blocking a sender:
While only those who know your email address can send you pushudos, you may at some point start receiving Pushudos from undesirable senders. Have no fear! Pushudo.com was made to accommodate for these situations! At any point you may block, or adjust preferences from any sender on Pushudo.com. When you block a sender's account you will never receive notifications of their Pushudos ever again, nor will they show up in your myPushudos Inbox. The blocked sender will NOT be notified when you block them. If you want to unblock that sender, it is easily done in your Relationship settings page. All Pushudos sent from this user are kept, even when blocked, and they will be added to your Inbox feed when you un-block them.
A link, URL or Pushudo, is a web address that will lead one to content on a web page. This can range from something as simple as http://www.google.com, to a user generated page on Amazon.com.
Pushudo.com uses a sophisticated algorithm that scans in real time the popularity of the Pushudos being sent from user to user. This will let you see what’s being sent around the internet and what everyone is talking about. Popular Links can be viewed from within your myPushudos pages, on the left side column.
A Pushudo is merely a web link sent from one person to another through Pushudo.com. It is pronounced phonetically as Push-oo-doe, but we won't be upset if you pronounce it otherwise!
Push a link:
Pushing a link is the same as sending a Pushudo to someone. Essentially, when you send a Pushudo to someone, you are pushing a link their way and placing it in their inbox.
Quickshudos are like the speed dial buttons on your telephone. These Quickshudo buttons allow you to set up to four email addresses in which you can use to forward any received Pushudo with only one click of your mouse!