Tips & Tricks


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.

There are numerous ways to increase your sales team’s efficiency and customer satisfaction. One of them is a powerful CRM. If you have recently implemented a cutting-edge CRM system, you may have already felt how it positively impacts the workflow, tasks management, the identification of issues, etc. Besides, you may want to bind your Chrome Browser to the CRM. This would not only ensure convenience but also automate routine tasks, providing an opportunity to concentrate…

It all starts with a single thought: what if the CRM we use is not as efficient as we hoped? And it’s no surprise as, according to the data collected over the past decade, up to 60% of CRM projects fail to meet expectations. There may be many reasons to migrate CRM data to a new system: lack of customization and scalability, unclear UI, limited analysis tools, etc. But the bottom line is that the…