How to organize Gmail in To Do lists in 1 click

21st August 2018 in Email Productivity, Organize Gmail

Organize Gmail, is it a thing? For many people it might be something they don’t perceive, but undoubtedly it makes your productivity go really low.

As it happens with most everything you use on a daily basis, emails get quite messy when you don’t organize it constantly. Although many people struggle with it every day, others have learned tricks on how to optimize time and keep things organized, and this is what I want to share with you all today.

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What features does a HiverHQ alternative need?

17th August 2018 in Hiver HQ alternative

As we’ve mentioned in other articles, HiverHQ features leave many gaps in the market, which is why an alternative is several times needed to fill them.

There are various aspects that you might want to think about alternatives for it, we’ve listed the main three — but feel free to look for others here as well.

Also, keep in mind that no solution is perfect, so you need to look out for the one that fits best you and your company.

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Why you should be looking for a HiverHQ alternative

17th August 2018 in Hiver HQ alternative


Although in the email helpdesk market HiverHQ sells itself as a management software for teams, after analysing their service we have seen some aspects that need upgrades.

And it goes beyond just the software itself, expanding to the whole experience provided. Sometimes companies forget their work must begin much before users buy their product/service, and it ends after as well.

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Why you should be looking for Front App alternatives

31st July 2018 in Front App alternative

If you have landed in this page, you may be familiar with Front App and its Shared Inbox solution. Front App is good, but not great. There are so many limitations introduced when you decide to switch from your traditional email provider to a completely new tool. Learn which limitations in Front App should be leading you to look for Front App alternatives.

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