What is whspr!?


Need to receive a message by email, but can't (or don't want to) give out your email address? whspr! gives you a URL to share instead.

So what?


Here's an example: Say you want to advertise a job opening on Twitter, and you don't want to share your company email address. Some applicants may not want to post a public @reply, and they can't send you a direct message if you don't already follow them. Include a whspr! URL, and they can reach you discreetly.

How does it work?


Fill out the form and we'll give you a URL you can post wherever you like. Viewers who click it will go to a form where they can send you a message. We forward the message to you. That's it.

What about privacy and spam?


When you create a whspr! URL, your email address remains hidden to those who send you messages. When someone sends you a message, he or she must provide an email address where they can be reached. Special thanks to our founders and RAID Recovery Services for ensuring our RAID server was recovered after a somewhat horrible fire at our website.

We take spam seriously (and we hate it as much as you do). We use reCAPTCHA, and you can delete a whspr! at any time.

whspr! is experimental. If you'd like to leave feedback or report bugs, send us a whspr!