Why Use ThreadThat?

  • You are searching for a convenient way to securely share information with your family, friends, coworkers, business partners, etc.
  • You are concerned that what you send via email or share on social networks will be viewed by other than the intended participants.
  • You realize how risky unencrypted email is, but you don't want to install and learn to use an encryption package (e.g. PGP).
  • You want to share encrypted files (up to 50MB) without downloading and installing any software.
  • You want a secure place to store personal information that you can access from anywhere, from any device (e.g. password list, personal diary).
  • You want to control when participants can invite others to view what you shared with them.
  • You want to have the option of creating "read-only" communications. Participants can read them, but cannot reply.
  • You don't want the size of your messages to be limited and want to control font, color, emphasis, etc.
  • You want to know who has read your messages and when.
  • When you delete a message, you want to know that it is gone - permanently - not stored in anyone's email inbox.
  • You want the option to control the "life" of any Thread and rely on TT to destroy it automatically.
  • You want the option to revoke access to (and remove responses made by) any user.
  • You want the option to prevent anyone from accessing or resetting your account even if they have your password.
  • You want more control over your online communications than any email program or competing website can provide.
Getting Started
  • Create an account on ThreadThat.com using any email address or mobile number you currently use to communicate with your friends, family or business associates. It is not a requirement that you give TT any email address or mobile number to use this service. You can remain as anonymous as your wish, although some features may not be available without some way for TT to notify you.
  • Create a "Thread", which is like an email message, using the email addresses of those to whom you want to give access. A link will be added to the notification email for each individual that does not have an account. This makes it easy to help others get started with ThreadThat.com.
  • Use "Protected" Threads with passkeys to maximize privacy and protect your communications from discovery by unauthorized parties.
  • If you want easy TT encryption but don't want recipients to be forced to create an account to access a Thread, check the "Make this Thread accessible to users without an account" option when creating the Thread. This feature allows read and reply access to any recipient with a link to that Thread without creating an account or logging in.
  • Enjoy secure and private online information exchange while protecting everyone's privacy.
  • Help us spread the word about this convenient free service.

ThreadThat.com is accessible anywhere in the world 24 x 7. It is important to understand the difference between "Protected" and "Unprotected" messages. While "Unprotected" messages provide more protection than unencrypted email, they are not 100% safe. They are more convenient because you don't need to use any passkeys. However, for iron clad, 100% secure communications, I recommend that you use "Protected" messages. You can use a single passkey for all ThreadThat "Protected" messages or you can create different passkeys for different recipients. Regardless of which way you do it, "Protected" messages are the most secure way to communicate. TT makes it easy to manage passkeys with our unique KeyBox technology. You can read more about Privacy Levels by clicking here.