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Hiver 4.2

By Hiver.  (Freeware)
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Hiver is a super useful Google Chrome extension that simplifies communication and collaboration in a work or home environment. It makes Gmail a powerful productivity tool by adding useful features such as collaboration and easy workflow management to Google’s mail service.

Hiver connects to your Gmail account and provides you with a shared mailbox environment, where you can create Hiver-special labels that can be shared across a team. Hiver is also a great tool to mimic Microsoft Exchange Public/Shared Folders, and you can share contacts between Gmail accounts as well.

Key Features include:

  • Share Gmail labels and Gmail contact groups.
  • Snooze emails and set reminders.
  • Write notes on emails.
  • Create and share email templates.
  • Send emails later.
  • Customizable Labels.

Hiver is useful for undertaking all manner of jobs, such as managing projects using shared labels/folders like ‘Completed Tasks’ etc. By using email sharing with shared labels, it ensures everyone has the same overall view of the project, all from directly in their inboxes.

Overall, if you spend a large amount of time using email, then Hiver is a superb tool that makes it easier to manage gmail contacts, sales leads, and managing customer support.

Title: Hiver 4.2
Filename: Hiver
File size: 227KB (231,946 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Freeware
Date added: September 5, 2017
Author: Hiver.
www.hiverhq.com
MD5 Checksum: A6E22C15A92DD70D92DC08FC4E712B0F

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