Using a group mailbox at your company? Read Threads’ guide to email management best practices for shared inboxes to boost team productivity.
According to a Radicati report, key statistics show 2.5 billion active email users were exchanging a staggering 244 billion emails a day in 2015. The number of email users projected for 2021 is 4.1 billion. So much for the death of email at the hands of social media! What is going on?
By using Threads, you may discover that a spam filtering service is something you no longer need. Not only do these services cost money, they may also cost your privacy and access to emails you might thought you had lost. Threads will let you cut through spam without throwing away vital information and possible privacy.
In this post, learn about the best shared inbox alternatives, including Threads, Zendesk, Intercom, and Missive. Continue reading to find the best FrontApp alternative for your team today.
If you work for a company where collaboration is important - and tell me one where it is isn’t - you may have come across the idea of a so-called “shared inbox”. However, it is just as important to understand that a “shared inbox” is not the same as “sharing an inbox”. In this article we discuss the differences between the two.
Companies thinking about making email transparent for employees within their organization may need some inspiration to make the leap. This transition will allow your team to build the trust and transparency your business needs to be successful. In this article, we gather some of the best resources around email transparency to provide a holistic view of a shared inbox
Have you been considering using a shared inbox for your business? Here are a few benefits of using a shared inbox.
This document explains a little about the message ingestion mechanisms of Threads - or, more simply, how Threads gets hold of messages.