Yahoo Mail makes Mother’s Day emails special

Yahoo Mail brought out a special-themed stationery for its users this Mother’s Day on Sunday, 13th May., to make them feel loved. “We know our users have (hopefully) been diligently picking out the perfect gifts for all the moms in their lives. After they’re done ordering flowers, chocolates, picture frames, and more, the team here at Yahoo Mail wants to give them one last special gift to send: a heartfelt note delivered on beautiful, personalized stationery,” the company said in a statement.

Through Mother’s Day, Yahoo Mail users could easily send emails on their Mother’s Day-themed stationery by clicking “compose”, then choosing the folded “stationery” card. “For our super busy and forgetful types – we reminded them before Mother’s Day to make sure they stay her favorite daughter, son, grandchild, spouse, or friend,” the statement added.

Once a user taps, they can choose from a number of hand-crafted designs that look beautiful, whether she opens it on the go or sitting at home in front of her computer. “Your card will look perfect no matter what: If your mom loves GIFs just as much as gifts, Yahoo has you covered there as well. To add a little more personality to your email, you can select from our hand-picked selection of Mother’s Day GIFs or just search for “love”, “hearts”, “puppies”, “flowers” or anything else that speaks to your love for Mom and pick the perfect animated add-on for your card,” the statement added.

To give moms across the globe little more love, Mother’s Day stationery is available for Yahoo Mail users on desktop and mobile (Android, iOS) in the US, Canada, Germany, India, Brazil, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong.

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Lars M. B. Anthonisen is Global Account Lead @ Google. Previously, he held various digital marketing positions at media companies across Europe and Asia including Regional Digital Director at MediaCom APAC, CMO at Adform and Digital Manager at Universal McCann Worldwide.