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The Collision Alert feature alerts you if you’re going to reply to an email that someone else is already replying to. This is very useful in customer support, where customer queries reach many agents, and anyone can start replying to any of the queries. Please note that the Collision Alert feature works only if atleast […]
Color coding Gmail labels is a common practice for Inbox organization. Using Hiver you can color code the Shared Labels such that the whole team follows a uniform color code. Admins can control (set/ change) the color coding from the Admin panel and it will be reflected in all the users’ Inbox. If a user […]
This can be done with the Shared Label advanced option called “Sync Read Status of emails”. With this option switched for a shared label, the following applies to all emails that have been shared with the label: 1. When anyone the email is shared with reads the email, it is marked as read for everyone […]
You can stop Hiver from syncing existing emails in a shared label by switching off the option to sync old email under advanced options for the shared label. Just edit the shared label, go to advanced options, and switch it off. While setting up the sharing for a label with a large number of existing […]
After you have added a shared label to an email, it will sync across all accounts in under 1.5 minutes. In most cases, you’ll find that the emails sync across accounts in under 1 minute. Do also note that if the label you shared already has a large number emails added, or if you add a […]
This is possible through a Gmail feature that lets a Gmail user send email as another user, after getting the required permission. You can read more about it here: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/22370?hl=en If you need any help setting this up correctly, just write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’d be happy to guide you through the process.
Yes, Hiver handles that pretty well. If you move an email from a shared label to another one, Hiver would do that in all the email accounts between which the email thread is shared. This happens because Hiver sync’s shared labels removals across inboxes. You can learn more about that here: http://help.hiverhq.com/article/remove-shared-label/
Yes. Once you share an email or email conversation by adding a shared label to it, all replies and follow-up emails on the conversation are automatically shared between the same set of users. If you don’t use Gmail’s conversation view, this can be a bit of a problem for you. If thats the case, you […]
Yes – Hiver can share labels that you add to emails using Gmail filters. In fact, the labels you share using Hiver are normal Gmail labels, just like any other labels in your Gmail. It does not matter how you add the labels on emails – Hiver would share them in all cases.