Send emails later, recurring emails, notes, follow up emails, templates, signatures, CRM & more
- Freemium • Proprietary
- Google Chrome
What is Right Inbox?
Send emails later, recurring emails, notes, follow up emails, templates, signatures, CRM & more Installing Right Inbox will effectively upgrade your Gmail with these superpowers:
- Schedule emails to be sent later so your communication is always relevant and timely
- Track email opens and clicks
- Automate recurring emails to be sent out every time you need them to
- Attach private notes only you can read
- Use templates to write emails faster
- Switch between multiple signatures with one click
- Send sequences with follow-ups that automatically send if a recipient doesn’t reply
- Set reminders to not lose track of important conversations
- Sync relevant emails with your favorite CRM application
- Share visual previews of web links within your emails, like on social media
- Embed GIFs from GIPHY within your emails to liven up your communication
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It seems to be similar to Boomerang.
I checked the webpage and did see it had 10 recurring email a month. But when installing it i did se a comparison witch said recurring messages was not available in free version..
But better than bomerang. I checked for different services/free features for about 2 hour. Then setup /resetup of the needed recurring messages. 2h. Then finding out in a email 1 month later i needed to pay for this service. It was not described on the webpage or when i install it. I alway choose to not activate trial premium features, if possible, because of things like this.
I dont find it reasonable to pay 5$ a month for 3 recurring messages a month. If it was a one time fee of 100$ for "lifetime", ok..
My review is mostly based on poor/hidden information about free services.
[Edited by thomash, May 24]