With email clients being bought out (Astro) and stopping development (Newton, Nylas), what's the best remaining email client for business? For me features that are required are: - fast (keyboard shortcuts, etc) - email snooze - send later - remind if no replies after X time (Newton ticked off all these and I sorely miss it :()
- Polymail checks all of the boxes, is $10 a month. I use it everyday in a SaaS sales position and I love it. My referral code is https://ply.ml/P4TJBR, gets you $10 off.I've been using Polymail for 2 years and, out of interest, recently tried going back to Gmail/Mail for 1-2 months. I lasted a week. If you don't use Polymail, you're wasting a lot of your valuable time, plain and simple. trypolymail.com
- Spark has everything you need, it's super-customizable, no monthly fees or anything weird but I think you have to pay for the product itself. It syncs GREAT over icloud. I've used it for years man and I'm a stickler for speed, simplicity, readability and taste... this has it all for me.Tried multiple email clients and recently made the switch to Spark, really helpful for collaboration across teams and beautiful interface along with some really handy features like automatically rounding up newsletters and alerts into sections!
- Front is an amazing tool for collaborating on email with your coworkers. It has helped us at Parabola.io communicate more effectively as a team, and has all the bells and whistles I personally need that are common in email clients.
- Superhuman is by far the best email client out there. It's still invite-only, but it should be easy to find someone to invite you. Feel free to reach out if you want one :)
- It have everything you are looking for. Snooze, send later, read receipts, templates, it is also great for relationship management, by letting you know mutual connections based on email. It pulls relationship and email history, and can even link social media. It has AI that reminds you to follow up on emails that may ask a question, have a date attached. Check it out. Two week free trial