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September 13th, 2017

Trello for Gmail - Transform your email into organized lists

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Sarah Kennedy
Sarah Kennedy
If you live in Gmail, this is a must have!
Michael Jones
Michael Jones- Founder
Use Gmail as your team’s Helpdesk. Unbelievable!
Sarah Kennedy
Sarah Kennedy
Sortd is great for companies that rely on Gmail and GSuite as it makes tasks, emails and projects totally collaborative.
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I've tried dozens of solutions to clean up my inbox, and so far, the Sortd Chrome extension comes closest to helping me use and organize email the way I work. Sortd transforms Gmail into a drag-and-drop workspace with columns of customizable lists. It's like life-organizing webapp Trello, but for email.
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A facelift for Gmail on iOS

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Matt Rosenberg
Matt Rosenberg- PR + Comms Manager, Wix.com
Usually too many notifications to scroll through on a lock screen. Just open the app and see what's going on. Then it's onto Twitter.
Nora Conrad
Nora Conrad- Owner of NoraConrad.com
Honestly, I have never found an app I like more than the classic Gmail app.
Nora Conrad
Nora Conrad- Owner of NoraConrad.com
Plain ol' Gmail for me. I've been using it to hit Inbox zero every single day. I keep messing around with other apps just for fun but I always go back to the classic web version. It's the best native email app out there.
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Open source alternative to Unroll.me for Gmail

Unsubscribe from email newsletters and other bulk email in Gmail without installing any browser add-ons.

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Zane Taylor
Zane Taylor- Founder, Totally
Easy, private, & self-contained.
Mohammed Rafy
Mohammed Rafy- All things Community
The tagline defines the tool.
Shlomo Klahr
Shlomo Klahr
I am trying to make a big personal shift towards decentralized or open source services, and I love that I can use this without entrusting anyone else with my sensitive data.
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Khe Hy
Khe Hy- Activating human potential
Great for tagging (in gmail) - unfortunately, no reminders (that I know of)
Mike Stan
Mike Stan- Growth Engineer, predictleads.com
FullContact has a feature that enables teams to share contacts and view conversations. Not entirely what you're looking for but might be interesting.
Arjun R Pillai
Arjun R Pillai- Founder & CEO at Insent.ai | 2X founder
Helps in effective communication over emails
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The ultimate toolbox to control sending/receiving emails

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Nick Abouzeid
Nick Abouzeid- Partner @ Shrug Capital
Boomerang speaks for itself - reminders as to when someone doesn't respond to an email are invaluable, especially when you send 30+ emails/day that all need a response. 💌
Tejas Kinger
Tejas Kinger- SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc
Boomerang is a simple Gmail add-on that you could try.
Kunal Bhatia
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I love Boomerang. I use it mainly for their scheduled emailing and their "Respondable" feature, which tells you how likely your email is to get a response. Helps coach you write better emails.
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You can now send quick videos via Gmail. (Prev Openvid) 🎥 ✉️

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Zaheer Merali
Zaheer Merali- Entrepreneur, advisor, startup COO
Just wanted to say how much I love using Loom... it's fast, it's simple, it's perfect for communication with all sorts of audiences, and it's easy to share plus they keep adding great features at a rapid pace! New workflow integrations with Intercom, etc. are great. It's quickly become an indispensable part of my tech stack, and my go to for anything I can't… See more
Mark Pitman
Mark Pitman- Founder Biotasks and BioCogito
Awesome way to create videos for all sorts of things.
Jessica Jean Armstrong
Jessica Jean Armstrong- UX Designer
I've used loom for some time now - great product for sharing videos internally and for capturing quick videos. I use a MacBook Air and with the smaller hard drive, it's a lot easier to capture all the video footage, and then download it when I'm ready to make the first version
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What's New On The Net
You record with loom by clicking the extension icon on your browser. After installation, it requires you to sign up with an email address or even automatically create an account with your Google or Outlook account. The developers have also incorporated an open chat on the tool's lower right-hand corner for help.
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The only true email client for Gmail on Mac

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Chuck Burt
Chuck Burt- Product and Growth Advisor
Great native Gmail client that bridges the gaps left by webmail.
Michael Folling
Michael Folling- Founder/CEO LimitlessDesigns.io
It has the familiarity of gmail yet I can quickly switch between multiple accounts easily. No more opening up an incognito window to log into another gmail account.
Kim San Sy
Kim San Sy
Great for both mac and windows.. though still not totally popular, this app is really amazing with g-suite. Kiwi makes all g-apps available like standalone desktop apps. you can put any item in a separate window, for instance. Multiple accounts are online at the same time. Send larger attachments. No need for browsers to access g-suite anymore. Among all oth… See more
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14 Alternatives to Kiwi for Gmail

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Mohanad Yajouri
Mohanad Yajouri- Product Designer
If you already use Inbox, this extension might be great for you. Any URLs saved with this will automatically go under a "Saved" label. And when you share via email you get the perks of a multi-person discussion at no extra cost :) Also, because these saved links are treated somewhat like emails, you get to treat them like tasks: mark them as done, or snooze… See more
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