Tips & Tricks


Setting an auto-response email is probably not the first thing on our mind before we jet off on holiday. But if we don’t do it, we risk eroding the trust between ourselves and our customers. It’s important to remember that response time is a non-verbal sign that shows clients and business partners how responsible and professional a company is.

It’s crucial for clients to feel as if they can rely on you if they have an urgent request. Before taking time off, you need to create an out-of-office email response. Let your clients and business partners know that you are currently unavailable, but will be back soon. They, understandably, expect you to reply promptly… but everybody is entitled to some time off.  Just remember keep your contacts in the loop.

Last year, Google reported that the number of Gmail users reached 1.5 billion since the day it was launched back in April 2004. Huge! Gmail now holds 20% of the global email market (Source: Marketing Charts) and accounts for 27% of all email opens (Source: Litmus).
It is heavily used not only for personal email correspondence, but quite often for business purposes too. According to Customer Stories, Gmail is the primary email client for 92% of US startups and 60% of mid-sized US companies. And the key to user personal productivity often directly depends on automation, as well as keeping emails, contacts, and other Gmail data organized.
In this article, we’ll explore the most effective ways to manage Contacts – one of the key components when it comes to doing business in Gmail.

How much time does it take you to browse through your inbox? Researchers revealed that the average employee spends about 28% of the workweek reading and responding to emails. Regardless of whether you’re using a Gmail CRM or not, this manual work includes many repetitive actions that can be easily automated saving time for more creative tasks. Are you ready to learn more about automating your email routine in Gmail? This article will give you a comprehensive overview of email tasks automation.