Have you ever wanted a list of every customer’s email address? Or a record of how many emails you’ve sent to each vendor? Now you can easily export email addresses from Gmail to Sheets, including
In 2015, Inc.com’s contributing editor, John Brandon, predicted the death of email, saying it would become obsolete by 2020. It’s the end of 2018, and no one is cancelling their email accounts. What Brandon . . .
We sometimes act like our email is a permanent resource for us to keep some of our most valuable information. The problem? There are SO many ways you could potentially lose access to your . . .
A tech-company executive once told us how much he hated his email. “You know,” he told us, “I wish I could just blow up my inbox. People’s emails are terrible, and they all want . . .
We pay a lot of attention to workplace trends at cloudHQ. They drive our strategy as we develop services and create free productivity tools. Here’s what we see happening in the next 12 months: . . .
MYTH: unhappy customers tell 9-10 people about their experience. This is an old maxim in marketing and business. And it’s wrong. The 1970s Coca-Cola Study The original “unhappy customers tell 9-10 people about their experience” . . .
By now you probably have a Dropbox account, and quite possibly, more just than one. The beauty of Dropbox is its simplicity. Drop a file in a folder and it’s magically synced to Dropbox—safe, secure, . . .
Email continues to be the most-used communication app in the world, especially in business settings. If you want people to love working with you, getting really good at email is a great first step. Here . . .
Feel overwhelmed at work? It happens to all of us sometimes. Ironically, having too much to do can easily sap you of your motivation to do much of anything. Here are some tips you can . . .
We’re pleased to announce a new advanced wizard for our Save Emails to Cloud Storage extensions. The new wizard lets you automatically store PDF copies of your emails (plus any attachments) to Dropbox, Google Drive, . . .
Clutter in life leads to clutter in your thinking. It’s true for digital clutter just like it is for physical clutter. Here are five simple projects you can do today to help you clean up . . .
Lots of you use Google Drive for your business. We do too. It’s simple, easy-to-use, and packed with features that make work easier. It’s so powerful—and yet, you probably don’t realize all of Google Drive can actually . . .
We’ve recently released a host of free Chrome productivity extensions for Gmail. They are all free. If you have Gmail or host your company’s email through Google Apps, you can use any of all of . . .
We love Gmail. We don’t love formatting emails in Gmail. For some reason, Google hasn’t made it easy to create good-looking, nicely-formatted emails using Gmail. So… we built a free Chrome extension to fix . . .
Modern productivity starts with email. According to a Mckinsey study, knowledge workers spend 28% of their day on email. That’s 11 hours a week in your inbox. Fully 14 weeks of the year (assuming a . . .
Ever get an email from someone you didn’t know or needed to prep for a big meeting? Did you Google the name to try and learn more? In this article, we’ll show you a way . . .
It’s not easy to stay organized. And if you have a team, it’s exponentially more difficult to manage everyone. That’s why we love using shared Gmail labels. For our small team, they let us keep . . .
You need time to build great things. Specifically, you need blocks of “focus” time, especially if you’re creating something new. Unfortunately, many of us aren’t good at carving out this kind of time in our . . .
For various reasons, many of us have multiple Google accounts, so this blog post will cover 4 methods you can use to keep track of your multiple accounts. Three of the methods are clumsy and frustrating. The . . .
When Google launched Gmail, it exploded onto the market, offering a fast, intuitive interface and a radical (at the time) 1 GB of storage space. Hotmail, by comparison, offered just 2 MB of storage. . . .
For most business professionals, the most commonly used applications are email, notes, and cloud storage. For sales professionals, you could add their CRM application to the list. The rise of cloud-hosted versions of . . .
The internet and smartphones have given us hundreds of channels to contact each other, but which ones do we use, and when? Urgency Levels in Communication Hierarchy Choosing the correct channel is all about the . . .
If you spend your entire day working out of your inbox, you’re not alone. One survey suggests white-collar workers now average 3.2 hours per day reading, writing, and managing work email. Email is the one . . .
The lowest common denominator for any business communication has always been email. You would think it would have died by now, but instead, it’s actually thriving. Information that is often of the highest valuable can . . .
Small businesses love the cloud. Actually, 87% of all small businesses already adopted some form of operating in the cloud, using a variety of cloud services and apps for many company tasks including: email, storage, . . .
Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, has become the unlikely face of Shadow IT, thanks to the media uproar caused by the news that she used a personal email address while at the State Department. . . .