News articles, to-do lists, customer support tickets, boarding passes, shipment notifications, sales queries and what not. Yes, precisely that is how an inbox looks like. We often spend a great amount of time organising them. Email has probably become a daily essential in our lives. There is no way of getting over it. News articles go to Pocket, to-do items go to Trello, sales queries go to Salesforce.com, customer support tickets go to Zendesk and so on.
Updating these tools is just one of the problems; what’s more troublesome is to switch apps multiple times to get work done. Unfortunately, these tools and emails don’t have a smooth flow.
CloudMagic exactly solves this problem with the help of Cloudmagic Cards, the add-ons that will get your work done, right within your email app. Here is a quick video describing how it works:
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The first thing that we should really appreciate about Cloudmagic is the intuitive design which is very user friendly. Every font size is just perfect, the shades of color used in every area is very carefully chosen.
CloudMagic really has a powerful search .It is an invaluable tool for those who have a large number of “messages” in the inbox, where one can search all the accounts at once. The results update in real-time as you type and the app will even offer autocomplete suggestions.
The app supports Gmail/Google apps, Office 365, Yahoo!, Outlook, iCloud, Exchange and IMAP accounts, so it’s very unlikely that you aren’t covered.
The kickass feature of all is the ability to set reminders by long-pressing the favorite-button, so as to get back to an important mail. Super cool, Right?
CloudMagic cards help you get your work done, right within your email app instead of switching between multiple tools.
Users can also compose emails and choose which account to send it from, although you have to upgrade to a premium account to send it without ‘Sent using CloudMagic’ footer.
CloudMagic overall whole is a great app and supports upto 5 email accounts at this point.