A big theme that came through from lots of you was discoverability. In 2022, you want us to ‘spread the word’ of your newsletter, and ‘do everything [we] can to remove friction’ from the growth process — including improving the ‘visibility of small creators.’
You want us to help make your work truly yours, with ‘more customization options,’ and ‘more flexibility with Revue landing pages.’ Speaking of flexibility, some of you mentioned that we should make it easier to write ‘longer forms of content’ on Twitter.
A handful of you brought up the composing experience, asking for a way to ‘import the newsletter I wrote into Revue without losing or reformatting it.’
Money was also a theme, with some of you asking for ‘more payment options’ and a way for writers to ‘earn without having the readers buy a paid subscription.’
Lots of you mentioned interaction, and that we should make it easier to ‘build a one-on-one relationship’ with readers — but also improve ‘connectivity between newsletter writers.’ We should create a ‘forum support’ system where writers can help each other with ‘tools’ and ‘case studies.’