Shift is an email client that makes navigating between Mail, Calendar, Drive + your favorite Apps & Extensions easy (for Gmail, Outlook.com - Office 365 & Hotmail).
Shift is the workstation for productive people.
Trusted by hundreds of thousands of productivity enthusiasts around the world, Shift streamlines your workflows so you can get things done more efficiently.
Tired of logging in and out of multiple accounts, Shift users enjoy single-click access to over 900 of the Web's most popular applications, extensions, mail accounts, and cloud services.
Great app--it's always open in a separate workspace for easy access to multiple email accounts across different business units. The biggest thing for us was a convenient integration with Asana and HubSpot, tools we use for project management and CRM.
As we run multiple Email Campaign and we get replies in multiple mailboxes, Shift make it easy for us to keep track of all the replies without the hassle of logging in and out of every account all the time.
Shift has facilitated our operations and make it much less complicated to drive through all these mailboxes, CRM, and other apps.
Free version looks promising until you realize the limitations: only 2 email accounts and no apps. Then it goes to $49/year for more than 2 email inboxes and $99/year for apps. Who thought this pricing structure made sense?
This shouldn't be this expensive. I paid for it when I worked in a Google Suite environment, as it's good for keeping your work and personal Google accounts separate, but I now meet the same need for free with Station.
I am actually here to look for an alternative.
The app itself looks ok and all, but it was advertised aggressively, the free version doesn't do anything I can't get free from someplace else, and the supposedly inexpensive fees to upgrade are not what they first seam.
Again, for 29$ a year, you get basically, the same as free but more accounts, and in order to get the full feature set (that I was barely willing to go 30$ a year for), you have to pay $100 a year. Talk about sticker shock.
It is only affordable if you are using it in a business capacity, in which case the company is paying for it.
So, bottom line, probably not a bad tool. Not at all what was advertised.
I really like the platform! there's still some work needs to be done to make it even better but here comes the best part...
I recommended some changes and suggestions to the shift team and i can actually see things changing over time. there's a software update very often and you really feel like they listen to you
I would recommend to try it and see if it works for you!
Shift helped me streamline my daily life. Thought it was a little costly at first, but the price made sense once I actually experienced seamless switching between 4 g-suite accounts.
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