- Leave on contacts or on specific emails
- Jot down any information you need to remember
- Easily find your notes in a list right in your inbox
- Set a task on a contact or an email
- Get a reminder when your due date is reached
- Always remember to take action on an email or contact
Seamless integration with your current email client
Step 1: Attach a note or task to an email you’ve received
Step 2: Write your task and set a reminder
Step 3: Never forget to follow up on an email again
Notes and Tasks are loved by businesses
Over 25,000 Notes and Tasks are written with Mailbutler every single day
Trainer, Speaker and Time Management Coach
I love the Notes feature, with which I can capture my ideas while reading an email directly in my client. When I open the email later, the notes are still there, ready for me to act on.
I love the Notes feature, with which I can capture my ideas while reading an email directly in my client.
CEO of ZeroBounce
For me, email is a task management system, and Mailbutler makes it far more efficient. The Notes and Tasks feature lets me stay on top of things without stressing out about last-minute obligations.
The Notes and Tasks feature lets me stay on top of things without stressing out about last-minute obligations.
The ability to add notes and tasks directly in my email client is very helpful and I’ve never seen another program that offers this feature in such an integrated way.
The ability to add notes and tasks directly in my email client is very helpful.
Don’t worry about privacy. Mailbutler is 100% compliant with European data regulations
We take privacy seriously and never share your data with third parties. And because our servers are located in the EU, you can rest assured that your data is handled in line with the strictest privacy and security regulations.
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