If not managed properly, Email can consume a lot of our productive time. Email management is a necessary, but painful thing to do. The adoption of virtual assistants for email management has been an increasing practice, making leading email clients such as Gmail release features such as Gmail delegation. These functionalities allow executives to provide assistant with access to their inbox, outsourcing part of the email management burden.
However, you need to use this powerful practice carefully to avoid backfiring.
Business tools are allowing people to collaborate. Live chat apps have reached millions of users that prefer to communicate in a group on real time instead of sending time-consuming emails. Each day more and more files are shared on the cloud with several users, throw a simple shareable link, allowing people to work together on the same document from different computers. Why until today, why are not allowed to share email?
Almost 8 years ago, Google launched Gmail delegation, that allows you to provide someone else with access to your inbox and emails. This is great for executives who use an executive assistant to manage their email and calendar for them.
Drag is used and loved by over 30,000 users worldwide. But why? B2B software experts FinancesOnline sought to find the answer by performing a thorough inspection of our email management tool, from Drag pricing and features down to the various business problems in can solve.
*Drag new design being launched on the next few days.
We are excited to announce the simplest way to share emails as a team in Gmail. Drag Team is being launched today for teams to organize and collaborate on email and tasks, having trello-style boards as a universal option to get things done right from inside Gmail.
Zendesk’s success has proved that its founding team was right about the need for change in the Helpdesk software industry. Zendesk has proven that companies need to have a dedicated system to provide customer support and that this system needs to be something intuitive and that employees enjoy using. The question here is:
In our business lives, regardless of the nature of our tasks, most of the time they start and end as emails. However, although Emails and tasks work so close to each other, there are a lot of articles online advising people to stop using email as a To Do list. Today, I will share the reasons why I use my Inbox and a task manager and why I believe people should do the same. Continue reading »