Needing to integrate your email with Salesforce? A simple slowdown and disconnect between Salesforce and your email client can not only be a real time waster, but can actually hurt your business process and sales. A better solution will not only save you time, but will increase your Salesforce adoption. Take a look at ZynBit […]
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You’re a busy salesperson on the go. You’re an executive with important meetings all day. You’re out and about, and need a way of letting everyone back at the office know what you’re up to. Salesforce’s built-in Events are a great tool for managing your calendar, but the tools for integrating it with other calendar […]
A couple weeks back, we shared with you a solution for removing the pesky “from Salesforce” tag which has the nifty side-effect of dropping your emails sent from Salesforce into your Google Apps Sent folder. Since then, I keep getting the question, “how do I see the emails I sent from Salesforce in Outlook if […]
If you use Salesforce alongside Google Apps, you’ve probably noticed that pesky “via Salesforce” tag at the end of any email you send from Salesforce. While most people don’t care, it can become a problem if clients see it and assume your very important communication is nothing but another automated email. You don’t want critical […]
With its fantastic tools and ease of use, Gmail has become one of the leading email providers for businesses worldwide, and Cirrus Insight has been working for years to make it an even more powerful engine for companies who use Salesforce. We at CloudMyBiz are big fans! I’ve written about some of their cool features […]
Tuesday, March 25, 2014 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT Join Cirrus Insight & CloudMyBiz for a live webinar to learn how to fully integrate Salesforce with Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Contacts, and Google Drive.
If your company is anything like mine, your life revolves around Gmail…and Salesforce. You get an email from a client, respond, then pop over to Salesforce to log the communication. A lead wants to schedule a demo, and after you put it on your calendar, you jump back to Salesforce to make sure your team […]