Mailtrack for GMail

Can Mailtrack improve your communication?

When dealing with different forms of communication, there are some factors that are really important to consider. One of these is the trust between the sender and the receiver, or the seller and the customer. Another thing you need to consider is the communication channel that you choose. One of the great things about using

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Farewell email template

Saying goodbye to you work place and colleagues is never an easy thing to do, especially not if you have had a really good time at the company, and really have developed a good relationship with the other people who work there. And it gets even harder, if the reason for your farewell to the

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Email resignation template

Very few of us are staying in the same position or the same job at the same company our whole career, which also means, that a lot of us have tried the very difficult thing of saying goodbye to our coworkers and friends, to try out new challenges. But how do you say goodbye to

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Most popular email templates

This is a list of the most popular email templates. Job seeking is a great category for email templates as well as work related templates. Obviously templates for your day to day job tasks is something very useful to have at hand.
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Save the date email template

Some dates are more important than others, and some days are so important, that you don't want to forget about them at any cost, or want to make sure, that all your guests don't forget about it!
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Reminder email template

In the work place, a lot of things are happening during the week, and sometimes, you and your colleagues can get so busy, that even some quite important things can easily be forgotten in all the stress and rush.
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How to create a mailing list in Gmail with Mailtrack Lists

Each month, Peter emails his 12 clients about company news to keep them in the loop and engaged. He saves the email list in Excel so he doesn’t have to rely on his memory when it’s time to send the email, and he copies it each time into Gmail. But it’s tedious, and sometimes he

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How to recover deleted emails in Gmail

Deleting an important email can be a nightmare. The good news is that Gmail has made it incredibly easy to undo this process. So simple in fact, that from the Gmail homepage (your inbox) you are only 4 clicks away from un-deleting the email. Related content Below are two guides: One to show you how

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29 essential Gmail keyboard shortcuts that will save you hours

Sometimes it’s OK to take shortcuts in life, especially when it comes to doing tasks like sorting through emails. There are over 80 Gmail keyboard shortcuts designed to help people save time. We don’t know if anyone has ever memorized and used all 80, but there are definitely some essential Gmail keyboard shortcuts that you

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Gmail send later: Choose exactly when to send your email

Let Gmail schedule email so you can work on your message on your own time and control when it hits the inbox. On a desktop, it’s available right next to the send button, and the feature to schedule an email in the app is also easy to find.  Google released this feature in April of

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How to schedule an email in Gmail on desktop, iOS and Android

For Gmail users, scheduling an email to send later couldn’t be easier. Which is great news for a lot of users. Whether you’re dealing with timezones, planning email marketing campaigns, or trying to avoid sending people weekend emails, scheduling emails for later is extremely useful for so many people. In this article, we’ll cover how

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How to resend an email in Gmail: A simple guide

What do a dentist, an HR manager, and a sales professional have in common? Emails. Lots and lots of emails. Even if you’ve studied or apprenticed for a very specialized position, chances are you still have to answer dozens of emails a day.  According to McKinsey, professionals spend about 28% of the workweek managing email.

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