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Stay on top of your inbox while keeping your team in sync: Manage shared inboxes like support@ and sales@, access your Gmail shared labels, share and assign emails to your teammates, add context with email notes, track, schedule and snooze emails, send meeting invites and more. Important: This is a beta version. Based on your feedback we will continue to improve the app. KEY FEATURES - Shared Inbox: Manage group emails like sales@ and support@. - Shared Gmail Labels: Easily organize emails by client and project. - Email Assignment: Share and delegate emails to your team members. - Email Notes: @mention teammates and collaborate behind the scenes. No more bcc or fwd! - Customize your swipes: your favorite email actions right at your fingertips (share, assign, snooze, etc). - Meeting Scheduler: Insert your pre-defined meeting invites inside your emails, including Google Meet or Zoom links, with availability synced from Google Calendar - Email Templates: Insert pre-written emails from your compose window. - Email Tracking: Find out when and where your emails are opened. - Send Later: Schedule your drafts to be sent with perfect timing. - Snooze: Configure your incoming emails so they come back when you’re ready. - Follow-ups: Never forget to reply to an email. STAY ON TOP OF YOUR CONVERSATIONS WITH NOTIFICATIONS Gmelius will send you notifications on new conversations, email opens and email notes. REAL-TIME SYNC WITH YOUR WEB APP All changes made in Gmelius’ mobile app will immediately appear in your Gmelius inbox in your browser, and within any integration you have set (ex: if a Shared inbox is synced with a Slack channel). This app complements and works in synergy with your web app. WHAT IS GMELIUS? Gmelius is the first collaboration platform that integrates natively inside Google Workspace (formerly G Suite), and connects it with the other apps used by your company like Slack or Trello. We allow teams to collaborate while working from the tools they already know and love. No need to migrate data to a different third-party solution nor to learn how to use another application. DON'T HAVE A GMELIUS ACCOUNT YET? Gmelius is a Freemium solution. You can choose a plan suited to the needs of your team, from Free to Enterprise. Gmelius simplifies teamwork. Try us!
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Desktop Gmelius has been fantastic. I am very thankful for the company and their services. Changes recently made to the mobile app made it much more responsive and quick, but took away the templates feature which is essential for me. Templates are the primary reason I would use this app to save time corresponding on the go. I hope they weave those back in! I also do not want “sent by gmelius” at the bottom of my business emails. No offense to the company. There needs to be a way to remove that without having to delete every time I send a new message.
A fully functioning email app that blocks trackers and allows a send later feature which is amazing for a mobile email app! However, the app can be slow if you have 10 years worth of emails including all their related attachments (can only speak to for myself). Saving drafts can sometimes be iffy too :/ Most importantly however, is a feature available in almost any other email app, the ability to view unread only. I hope very badly they get this feature rolled out sooner than later because everything else about this feature rich app which I mostly use on desktop is magnifique!
This is very much so a Beta Version of their incredible online Gmail Integration Tool. Gmelius is a must-have for any Gmail user (Individual, Team, or CRM). However, it’s best to steer clear of the App for now as your main Email App until it’s fully re-tooled. The foundation is solid (buggy but solid layout and function). The App is a nice add-on when “away from a computer” but it’s not going to be worth the aggravation of trying to use it as a tool is not meant to be at this time; which is a replacement of the Gmail App. Someday it’ll get there I have no doubt, but the question is - what’s the timeline for this goal?
I have been using Gmelius for about two years and it has significantly improved how I use email. For a long time, the only drawback has been inability to really be able to use email on mobile (because then you set off your own email trackers for instance, as those are not blocked by the Gmelius interface). This new app is really a game changer. It's understandably unstable right now, but as they improve it, I think it will make Gmelius overall all the more valuable.
I love Gmelius on my browser and in my email client. Unfortunately there are a few bugs in the app— for example when I try to schedule an email through the app, it doesn’t schedule (or send at all). It shows up in the Drafts folder, but an unpredictable amount of information is missing— for example, sometimes the sender is blank in the Draft, or the content of the email itself. I fiddled a bunch, trying to make the scheduling (and follow up feature) work but to no avail. I have yet to test the functionality in the app where my team and I can assign tasks and route emails, however I already know I will probably be using Gmelius on top of my trusty mail app... if I’m able to use enough functionality in Gmelius to merit using two apps for the same main purpose. Hate having two apps for email! Thanks team Gmelius, product looks really promising and I hope you continue developing the app out.
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Last update was at May 27, 2021and the current version is 1.1.11.
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