Rick wants to do a text message mass mailing with a BCC (blind carbon copy). Is there a way to do it? Leo says there isn't using iOS because of privacy reasons. But Android messages may have a BCC option. But Android changes features all the time, so if you can do it this month, you may not be able to the next time it gets updated. There are third-party apps that can do it. The challenge though, is everyone would need to use the same app. Apps include TextPlus, Textra, Telegram (that's the one Leo likes). One way to do it would be with the group text message option.
Sue still uses RoboForm as her password manager. Is it still the best option? Leo says that it's the longest going, and still a great product. But it may not be ideal for her mobile device. No password vault is ideal because autofill is a kind of hack on mobile devices. But for a PC, it's great.
Jeff is transitioning to Outlook from Hotmail, and he uses the web portal via Google Chrome. He wants to know how to delete a forwarded email when people CC dozens of people. Leo says the way to do it is to use BCC, not CC. BCC is blind carbon copy and that means only the person sees their email address, and not everyone else. The CC becomes part of the text -- over and over again. So the only thing he can do is copy it all, start a new message and paste it in, deleting all the unwanted email addresses. Then put them in BCC.
And then he can yell at his friends.
Juriel wants to send text messages with a BCC, and is wondering if there's a way to do that. Leo says he doesn't think so. He can always just copy and paste. There's group SMS messaging, but it won't be blind carbon copy. There are apps like WhatsApp, but the recipient would have to have the same app to use it.