Working with emails in your shared mailbox
Manage emails in a shared mailbox
Import emails to a shared mailbox
Manage spam for shared mailbox
Remove emails from shared mailbox
Collaborating with other users
Organizing emails in the shared mailbox
Automating your workflow
Automations for shared mailbox
SLA for shared mailbox
Send emails from your shared mailbox email id
Business Hours for shared mailboxes
Managing shared mailbox
Collecting customer feedback
Create and manage users
Roles and Permissions
How do you take payments
3rd Party Cookies
Delete Hiver Account
Reporting and Analytics
Security and Privacy
Is Anyone Reading My Email?
Do You Store My Emails On Your Servers?
Does Hiver Store My Google Password?
Is My Data Secure During Transfer Between Hiver’s Servers And Google’s Servers?
What Access Permissions Does Hiver Need To My Gmail/Google Account, And Why?
Troubleshoot and FAQ
How to get chat support from Hiver
How to check the current status of Hiver?
What happens when you change the password of your Gmail account?
Why is this conversation not available in my inbox?
How to embed images in templates?
Emails are arriving in the Shared Mailbox with a delay. What should I do?
How do I create multiple Hiver accounts with the same domain?
How can I get desktop or browser notifications about tasks and notes?
Why does Hiver need Conversation View to be switched ON in Gmail?
How do I move my existing email templates to folders?
How can I change the email id for a shared mailbox?
Why don't emails sent to the Shared Mailboxes appear in my Inbox?
Using Hiver with Gmail's split pane (three pane) view
Added new user to Hiver account but can't assign emails to her in Shared Mailbox
Who can see the Shared Notes that I write on an email?
I have added a new user to Hiver but emails with Shared Labels are not syncing with her.
Emails not getting shared with user even after adding her to a Shared Label
I Get The Error “Hiver Unable To Connect To Your Gmail Because Incorrect Google Apps Permissions”. What Do I Do?
I got a Hiver invite and was logged into the wrong Gmail id. What do I do?
Why can't I edit a Hiver note?
How to move emails from personal inbox to the shared mailbox?
Can I change my username?
What happens if I add email accounts to Hiver which are aliases of each other?
How can I change the name of a shared mailbox?
If I am on Plus plan and I upgrade to Premium will I be able to retrieve the Analytics data for all the emails that were present when I was on Plus?
How do you handle spam emails?
Using Shared Labels
Manage Shared Labels
Nested Shared Labels
Remove shared labels from emails
Analytics for Gmail Shared Labels
Shared Notes for shared labels
Shared Drafts for shared labels
Shared Templates for Shared Labels
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Updated by Deepanwita
NOTE: Shared Labels feature has been discontinued.
You can use shared notes on emails to communicate with other users with whom the email is shared with through shared labels. For every conversation, you will find a box in the Hiver widget on the right side of your Gmail where you can write and view Notes.
Direct a shared note to a user
Shared notes can be created and seen by any user with whom the email is shared with
- @username : You can do a @username to direct a shared note at any user. The user to whom a shared note is directed at, will receive a notification
- @all : To direct the shared note at everybody use a @all
- And if you don't use '@' at all, the shared note will stay there as a comment which can be seen by anyone reading the email.
Reply to shared notes
By using the reply button on shared notes, you can write replies to the original shared note, such that it will be directed to the sender of the original shared note.
For ex. Shared Note1 was written by Leonard. When Sheldon writes a reply to Shared Note1 using the 'Reply' button it will be addressed to Leonard, using @Leonard.
Use color to highlight
You can add a background color to notes. To do this,
1. Click on the note to expand it
2. Click on the ‘dropper’ icon at the bottom right of the note
You’ll then be able to choose a background color for the note.