I'm trying to discover the main difference(s) between Sortd and Drag. While Sortd is more mature, both are attractive products with great functionality. Keeping it simple is key for me (a minimalist). It's not clear what the differences are; anyone have inputs on this?
Nice app to keep track of tasks within Gmail, email messages are turned into tasks giving you the option to select which category they fall into.
I was used to create a lot of directories before to use Drag, and now I'm able to have a clear process and all my workflow into Gmail without pain ^^ Awesome Product!!!
Afaik, a lot of people use their inbox as some sort of task manager. So, being able to use Drag which sits directly in your inbox makes prioritization of these tasks much easier. It's very useful, because you can lay out stuff into different columns .. which is the preferred method for many task managers.
I've been using Spark since the very beginning. I was an original waitlist-starting user of Mailbox, and was excited to find spark almost immediately after Mailbox went extinct. This is the best email experience on every platform, and has a variety of productivity features that make it my go-to.
Ever since Mailbox became a graveyard app, I have been looking for a worthy replacement – and Spark is as close as it gets! The UI is clean, combining dark and light colors which helps with using the app; the side menu being dark while the rest of the UI has a white background makes you focus on the important stuff (the mail list and the mail in focus)!
- Using HelpScout for a long time, its super easy and intuitive to use. You can easily create multiple mailboxes for each email address, which makes it easier to work across platforms and manage several clients from a single account with your teammates.
- Good recommendation!! This is such a cool A-I-O product that helps you to manage collaboration in works.Abhinav Marla made this productThis is cool way to collaborate on shared email conversations and tasks with your team at one place. What's great is that there is a layer of client management on top of your shared Inbox which allows to to keep a track of all client conversations in one place. The Pre-built message templates are great for recurring client communication and the ability to send custom branded Approval requests via email to clients is a pretty useful feature.
- If your team is on Slack, then Scribe is the way to go! We have a sales inbox that is shared with our sales, marketing and support team, via a Slack channel. Scribe let's you reply to emails via Slack itself. This gives us all visibility, let's us assign the right emails to the right person, and also increases our response time exponentially! (Disclaimer: I'm a co-founder of Scribe. Our newest product that I'm describing is in open beta - and we haven't done a PH launch, yet :))