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Leanne & Andy MSGTAG Cartoons

Unless you've been in an awkward situation yourself, it can be hard to immediately recognize the benefits of tagging your messages. So we've come up with some little cartoons to illustrate precisely why MSGTAG is so indispensable. This series of short cartoons follow the email exploits of two lo-fi lovebirds, Leanne and Andy, as they try (with little success) to organize their lives without MSGTAG.

The cartoons are presented as animated gifs and are super fast-loading (60kb max). We've provided a variety of sizes so you can either give them pride of place in the middle of your page, or shunt one into a sidebar to delight your visitors. You'll also find several static (non-animated) graphics, displaying some of the more exciting or emotional scenes from the cartoons. Enjoy!

Cartoons (animated GIFs):

Episode #1: "On Rejection" 210 (34kb) 160 (26kb) 120 (24kb)
Episode #2: "On Weather" 210 (60kb) 160 (54kb) 120 (36kb)
Episode #3: "On Complacency" 210 (60kb)    


Leanne & Andy static graphics:

  
  

To add one of these images to your website, right-click on the image and select "save picture as" from the context menu. Save it to your computer and upload it to your website as you would any other image. We ask that you do not link directly to these images, since we will be changing them regularly.

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