For majority of people today, email means Gmail. Gmail is a simple and powerful email inbox. It’s easy, it looks great and it’s very versatile. But we always on the lookout for new Gmail tools and plugins to add to your Gmail inbox. All those tools help us to improve our work and productivity. And the main aspect – saving our time.
I decided to upgrade my inbox and I am sharing with you 10 Gmail tools I’m using right now to turn my inbox into a super inbox.
It’s a nifty extension that shows you whether your emails have been read by other Gmail users. The only downside is that the extension adds a signature (Sent with MailTrack) with a link at the end of each message you send.
Rapportive is a browser plugin for Gmail that replaces the ads on Gmail’s sidebar with a detailed profile of the sender’s social profiles and their current work positions.
It makes it easy to schedule your emails to be sent at specific times like the start of the workday. This can be particularly useful if you’re communicating with people in different time zones. You can also send follow-up reminders to yourself, archive messages and return important emails to the top of your inbox when you know you will have time to read them.
Unroll.me will scan your inbox for subscriptions and lets you immediately unsubscribe from these lists.
Sidekick shows you powerful information about your contacts right in your inbox. See a contact’s professional history, where they live, mutual contacts, email history and so much more.
Todoist lets you turn emails into tasks with one click, add them to projects, set deadlines, or assign them to others.
Use this handy tool to stop filling your email inbox with email notifications from these social networks. Instead, you can get a daily summary of all the top posts from your social networks so you don’t miss out on the important stuff.
WiseStamp is a free Gmail plugin which allows you to spice things up a bit with your photo, your websites, important updates and graphic icons for social profiles.
CloudMagic gives you seamless integration between your Gmail account and cloud-based tools like Evernote, Pocket, Trello, Salesforce, Zendesk and Mailchimp — which you can access and update without leaving your Gmail inbox.
With Batched Inbox plugin for Gmail you can receive emails hourly or at set times in batches so you don’t have to be constantly interrupted by new email alerts.
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