The Gmelius Alternative That Supports All Email Providers
Gmelius is a Gmail add-on collaboration tool that allows teams to manage projects and tasks, and collaborate on emails directly from Gmail. It is designed to help teams stay organized and work more efficiently by providing features such as shared inboxes, project management, task assignments, and real-time collaboration.
Gmelius may offer more features than Google Collaborative Inbox, but it might not be the perfect solution for your business and team. You may want to consider an alternative.
Luckily, you have come to the right place!
If you need a tool similar to Gmelius that aligns with your team's needs, or if you are dissatisfied with the Gmail add-on, you should consider Missive. It can be tailored to meet your needs, ensuring that you have the perfect solution for your business and team.
Let's explore how Missive is a great Gmelius alternative, allowing you to collaborate with your team more effectively and reach a higher level of productivity.
Herman E. | Straetus Incasso Belgium
By the way, I really like Missive! After Zendesk, Gmelius, Hiver and Frontapp, this is a real relief.
Missive vs. Gmelius: What’s Right for You?
When it comes to choosing collaboration software for your business, there are many factors to consider. Both Missive and Gmelius offer a range of features and functionalities that can be useful for teams.
Both applications offer a shared mailbox, team chat, assignment, snooze, email scheduling, collaborative writing, shared labels, and canned responses.
However, there are also some key differences between the two tools that may make one a better fit for your team than the other. For example, Missive offers a built-in calendar that can be synced with Office 365 and Google Calendar accounts and shared with your teammates. Another feature we offer and Gmelius is lacking is two types of users in teams to avoid inbox clutter and help you achieve inbox zero.
When it comes to choosing a collaboration tool, pricing is an important factor to consider. Both Missive and Gmelius offer a range of pricing options to suit different team sizes and needs.
Missive offers 4 pricing plans: Free, Starter, Productive, and Business.
Free Plan: Includes features such as shared inboxes and team chat, and is suitable for teams of up to three users. It includes a 15-day history and support for up to two shared accounts.
Starter Plan: Costs $14 per user, per month, includes everything in the Free Plan, as well as features such as integration with Messenger, and is suitable for teams of up to five users. It includes a 6-month history and support for up to five shared accounts.
Productive Plan: Costs $18 per user, per month, includes everything in the Starter Plan, as well as features such as access to all integrations, rules, and API access, and is suitable for teams of up to 50 users. It includes an unlimited history and support for up to five shared accounts.
Business Plan: Costs $26 per user, per month, includes everything in the Productive Plan, as well as support for unlimited users, Analytics, SAML single sign-on, and IP restriction.
Gmelius also offers 3 paid plans: Plus, Growth, and Pro.
ℹ A workspace in Gmelius is either a shared inbox, a shared Gmail label, or a Kanban board.
Plus Plan: Costs $15 per user, per month, and includes features such as shared inboxes, team chat, 3 workspaces, a 7-day reporting window, team performance reports, and integrations with Slack and Trello.
Growth Plan: Costs $29 per user, per month, includes everything in the Plus Plan, as well as 10 workspaces, SLA automation, a load balancer, a 3-month reporting window, tag reports, email sequences and campaigns, manager role, and integrations with Zapier and the API.
Pro Plan: Costs $69 per user, per month, includes everything in the Growth Plan, as well as unlimited workspaces, round-robin assignment, a 6-month reporting window, the ability to export reports, priority support, and an uptime SLA, custom roles and permissions, and integration with Google Workspace.
Missive provides a 30-day money-back guarantee, while Gmelius offers a 7-day free trial.
Overall, Missive’s pricing is less expensive than Gmelius's plans, but ultimately, the right pricing plan for your team will depend on your specific needs and budget. By carefully considering the features and functionality offered by each pricing plan, as well as the size and needs of your team, you can determine which one is the best fit for you.
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Gmelius Doesn’t Support All Email Providers
If you're in the market for an email management and collaboration tool, it's important to consider the level of integration with different email providers. After all, you'll want to make sure that the tool you choose is compatible with the email provider your team uses.
In this regard, Missive has an advantage over Gmelius. While you can use the Google feature to forward your emails from another email provider, only Gmail accounts are supported in Gmelius.
Missive supports a wider range of providers, including Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, and all other services (via IMAP). This means that if your team uses an email provider other than Google, Missive is more likely to be a good fit for you. Plus, if you ever change providers, Missive will still have your back!
When it comes to choosing software for your business, customer support is an important factor to consider. Both Missive and Gmelius offer support options for their users, but there are some key differences between the two.
At Missive, we pride ourselves on providing personalized service to our customers. Our small team is able to listen to your specific needs and help you achieve your collaboration goals. We also boast fast and efficient support. In contrast, Gmelius has been criticized for providing slow and subpar support to its users.
If customer support is a key concern for your team, Missive may be worth considering due to its focus on personalized service and fast response times.
Gmelius Doesn’t Offer a Unified Experience on All Devices
When it comes to collaboration tools, it's important to have a consistent experience across all of the devices that your team uses. This can help ensure that everyone has access to the same information and functionality, no matter where they are.
Missive stands out in this regard compared to Gmelius. Missive offers a unified app experience across all devices, including web, Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android. This means that you can use the same app on your desktop, laptop, smartphone, or tablet, and the experience will be seamless and consistent.
While Gmelius integrates directly with Gmail on desktop, it is only compatible with certain web browsers including Chrome, Opera, Brave, and Edge. This means that users of other browsers, such as Firefox, are unable to use the Gmail integration. Additionally, the Gmail integration states that it supports Safari, but there is no link to download it on the Gmelius website and the Mac app has not been updated in over two years.
Gmelius also offers apps for iOS and Android, which means that users would need to switch between the Gmail mobile app and the Gmelius mobile app, leading to a less consistent and intuitive experience.
If a unified app experience is important to your team, Missive may be the better choice due to its consistent experience across all devices.
Collaborate on More Than Just Emails
Email is an essential part of team communication and collaboration, but it's not the only tool teams need to be effective. Missive recognizes this, which is why it offers a wider range of communication and collaboration features beyond email management.
With Missive, teams can collaborate using SMS, calls, WhatsApp, and social media, in addition to emails. This can be especially useful for teams that need to track and manage multiple projects and tasks across different areas of their work and communicate with clients or customers in various ways.
In contrast, Gmelius is primarily focused on email management. While it does offer some project management and team communication features, it's not as robust as what Missive offers in terms of support for other communication channels. If your team needs a more comprehensive collaboration tool that goes beyond just email, Missive may be the better choice.
Of course, email is still an important part of the equation, and both Missive and Gmelius offer robust email management features. But if you're looking for a tool that can help your team collaborate using a wider range of communication channels, then Missive may be the way to go.
Missive Offers Many Integrations
One of the key benefits of using a collaboration tool is the ability to integrate it with other tools and platforms that your team uses. This can help streamline your workflow and avoid the need to switch between multiple tools in order to get things done.
In this regard, Missive stands out compared to Gmelius. Missive offers a wide range of integrations with other tools, including: Asana, ClickUp, Dropbox, Google Drive, Grammarly, Hubspot, Retool, Shopify, Todoist, Trello, Zapier, Zoom, and more.
You can even build your own integration if you don't see the one you need.
Gmelius also offers a number of integrations, including Google Workspace, Gmail, Slack, Trello, Zapier, Google Groups, Google Calendar, Google Meet, Zoom, and Loom. However, the number and variety of integrations Missive offers are much more extensive.
If integration with other tools is important to your team, Missive may be the better choice due to its wider range of options.
In conclusion, both Missive and Gmelius are powerful collaboration tools that offer a range of features and functionality for teams. However, there are some key differences between the two tools that may make one a better fit for your team than the other.
Missive offers a wider range of email provider support, more extensive collaboration features beyond just email, and a broader range of integrations with other tools. It also provides a unified app experience across all devices, making it easier for teams to collaborate consistently no matter where they are.
Gmelius, on the other hand, is primarily focused on email management and is only compatible with certain web browsers and email providers. It also lacks the same level of collaboration features and integrations as Missive, and the app experience is not consistent across all devices.
Ultimately, the right collaboration tool for your team will depend on your specific needs and workflow. By carefully considering the features and functionality offered by both Missive and Gmelius, as well as the specific needs of your team, you can determine which tool is the best fit for you.