Drag 2.0

Reinventing Gmail for teams

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#5 Product of the DayApril 16, 2019
Drag is rebuilding Gmail for teams. Lots of tasks start and end as an email but teams need to move back and forth between tools. Drag is a Shared Inbox that brings the power of customer support, sales and operations back into where you spend your day - Gmail.
  • OfficeConsult AS
    OfficeConsult ASOfficeConsult AS

    Good prices. The service might be good with time.


    No collision detection like with Hiver or Keeping. Mail signatures don't work well. It feels premature.

    There is no collision detection in place. That is kind of essential for a shared mailbox service. Both Hiver and Keeping has got that. We were also sorry to see that our mail signatures didn't work when replying to emails through their interface. When assigning an email to a colleague, that person will get an email telling about the assigned email, instead of just sharing it. That's not very smooth. There is no control panel for our accounts, and we received no receipt when buying. And of course no refunds. The service seems a bit premature, so it was stupid of me to believe the hype and buy before trying, just because they had a sale. Don't do that mistake.

    OfficeConsult AS has used this product for one day.
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  • Pros: 

    This type of tool is a must have! It is already extremely useful and the team is constantly improving on the product


    Doesn't have mobile yet

    Managing my email in its current state and toggling between that and other product management boards is time consuming. This product helps easily visualize my email, collaborate with my team, and organize the day.

    Jinesh Patel has used this product for one week.
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Clement Cazalot
Clement Cazalot@clementc · VP Technology @Intralinks. Ex-TechStars
I've been using drag every single day for the past four months. This v2 is a game changer in term of collaboration with my team. Congratulations!
@clementc Thanks for this feedback, Clement. Great to hear how Drag has been supporting you and your team! How many team members are you collaborating on Drag with?
Nick Timms
Nick TimmsMakerPro@nptimms · Drag 2.0 is live today (16th April)!
Hey everyone, Nick here from DragApp.com. 🚀Today we are pleased to announce the launch of Drag 2.0, reinventing Gmail for teams, on Product Hunt. 🚀 We built Drag 2.0 because, like you, we are one of the millions of companies using G Suite that are forced to go back and forth across multiple tools to run our business, simply because Gmail is not collaborative. Drag is a Shared Inbox in Gmail, for teams to manage emails, tasks, Help Desk, CRM and other workflows from one single place. I would love you to install Drag, in two clicks, and start collaborating with your team. To celebrate our launch on Product Hunt, we are offering 50% off all plans - this is available exclusively today, 16th April 2019. BTW, Team Drag will be here all day to answer questions, provide feedback and answer any burning questions around Drag vs. Help Desk products, CRMs and Task Management tools. Here’s the TLDR; ★ Drag boards Drag instantly turns Gmail into a Kanban layout (we call them boards). It’s a proven way to be more organized. You know how to use Gmail, so no training needed. ★ List and Kanban view You can jump between Kanban and List view when you (or your team) need to. You can still access all Drag features without the Kanban view. ★ Sort emails and tasks Emails come and go, sometimes it’s hard to keep track. Keep your inbox organized by dragging emails to different columns on your board. It’s really as simple as that. ★ Add tasks to inbox Not everything comes as an email, sometimes there’s a separate task. You can add tasks directly to your inbox. ★ Checklists and notes Most emails come with things to get done. Separate these out and add them as actionable tasks. ★ Due dates Is there a deadline – something you need to get done by a date? Keep things on track by adding a due date. ★ Calendar integration Drag syncs. with your Google Calendar. Any email or task with a due date attached, will be automatically added to your Google Calendar so your team knows when stuff needs to be finished. ★ Shared inbox Set up a Shared Mailbox - manage shared emails like sales@ from Gmail. Your team can use this shared Gmail account like it was their own – it can be used for anything from a simple Help Desk and CRM to a Marketing board. It’s the perfect replacement to Google Groups. ★ Internal team chat @mention your team to start a real-time chat with someone to solve a Help Desk ticket faster, or to close a deal with more value. You can chat, internally, on any shared emails or tasks. Thanks everyone. Big thanks to @chrismessina for the Hunt today. Nick
Tele Dave Deko
Tele Dave Deko@teledavedeko · Founder, Funema
I like the combination of the Kanban board visualisation and Deal flow management here. It's perfect for sales team doing a lot of mail sequencing campaigns that would be difficult to project manage in a CRM suite. @nptimms Drag 2.0
Hey @teledavedeko, Love to hear this. How many sales team do you have working with Drag?
Andrew Brodsky
Andrew Brodsky@andrewjb44 · Digital Product Guru
As someone who does a lot of work via email I love that this tool allows for you to convert email abs messages into tasks. This helps to get things done
Nick Timms
Nick TimmsMakerPro@nptimms · Drag 2.0 is live today (16th April)!
@andrewjb44 thanks Andrew. It's also really useful to be able to manage emails and tasks in a number of different boards rather than just one traditional workspace. How long have you used? @andrewjb44
Paul McClellan
Paul McClellan@paul_mcclellan
There are lots of other Kanban/task-board style systems out there, but so far Drag is the only one whose conception and UI step completely out of the way and let me us Gmail as the focus of my task management and team accountability. I believe Drag's further success & adoption will be in keeping to this style of tight G-Suite native API integration while increasing the utility of existing functions, and in avoiding mission-creep. Very glad there are projects like this tackling the hardest work of utility through simplicity.
Duda Bardavid
Duda BardavidMaker@dudabardavid1 · Co-founder, MBA @ MIT Sloan
@paul_mcclellan So happy to hear that, thanks for the great feedback and support! Customers like you that keep us going :)