What is Gmail?
Gmail is a free e-mail service provided by Google. It has grown to be one of the most used and popular services on the market. To access Gmail one must have a Google account, this is part of the full service Google tries to provide to users of their products. Gmail performs all the basic e-mail tasks like sending mails, blocking spam etc. but it also has some unique features and integrations.
How does Gmail work?
First of all, you will have to create a Google account. During this process Google will automatically refer you to their Gmail service. After going through the account creation process you can import contacts, this can be a list of phone numbers but also mail contacts from other e-mail services like Yahoo and Hotmail. When your account is set up you can enjoy all the helpful features Gmail has to offer. Another interesting part about this service is the connectivity to other Google products.
What can you use Gmail for?
Here are some of the most used and helpful features Gmail has to offer outside basic e-mail service tasks:
- Automatic email filters and categories
- Smart Compose and Smart Reply
- Email nudges and high-priority notices
- Writing and intelligent search suggestions
- Connecting your old/other e-mail accounts to Gmail
- Integration with other Google products in your account
What we do
- Tool Stack Audit - understand which tools you’re using and if this fits your best possible tool stack
- Automation Audit - if you have running automations in Pipedrive, Zapier or other automations.
- Operations Audit - what are the core processes that need to be 100%. Our consultant will look at the core operations and how to scale them and make them reliable.
Stefan is the co-founder of Replicable and is specialised in building automated processes.
What we do
- Troubleshoot the issue
- Explain how to solve it
- You fix the issue yourself with our knowledge
- If you don't want to do it yourself, of course we can solve it for you outside the call