Stay up to date with Notes
With Mailbutler’s Notes feature for Gmail, Outlook and Apple Mail, you’ll never forget any important information again. Anything you need to remember you can add to a handy note which you can pin to an email or a contact. Your notes are available on specific emails and contacts, or you can see a complete overview of all your notes right in your inbox.
Never miss another opportunity with the Tasks feature
Want to turn your emails into to-dos for later? With Mailbutler’s Tasks feature for Outlook, Apple Mail and Gmail you can! You can even attach due dates to your tasks and get automatic reminders when the time is approaching. The Mailbutler Outlook, Gmail and Apple Mail add-in for task management helps you make sure you never miss a deadline.
Share notes and tasks across your whole team
The Notes and Tasks feature for Gmail, Apple Mail and Outlook makes it easy to share information across your whole team and keep everyone up-to-date. Assign tasks to specific team members so they know exactly what to do next, and share more general todos with your whole team.
Mailbutler Notes and Tasks are integrated directly into your inbox
Mailbutler fits right into Outlook, Apple Mail or Gmail, directly alongside your inbox, and Notes and Tasks are no different. You don’t need to learn anything new to add actionable to-dos or to collate information on emails and contacts. It’s quick and easy to get started.
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