About three months ago, we announced that dozens of new features have been released to Mailmeteor. We didn’t stop there. Since then we have made huge improvements, including the release of the auto follow-ups. If you haven’t tried it out yet, please go check it out. It’s massive.
You don’t have to use a complex and costly emailing platform to send email newsletters, it’s possible to create professional-looking newsletters using Gmail.
We’re really proud to let you know that Mailmeteor has been selected to be part of the Recommended for Google Workspace program, a Google-curated list of secure, reliable, and well-integrated Google Workspace apps.
It’s happening! Email follow-up, our most requested feature, is now publicly available. It’s been a long journey to get there as it started more than a year ago. Let me guide you on all the good things that we have released today.
At Mailmeteor, we are huge fans of Google Sheets. From managing our support to sending emails for our newsletter, we can do just about anything in a spreadsheet. Let’s see in this tutorial how to send emails from Google Sheets.
Your contacts list is one of the most important elements in Gmail. Everyone of your recipients’ details can be found in your Gmail contacts list, saving you time in having to memorize each email address for when you need to get in touch.
Are you still using your @hotmail.com email address? It’s 2023. You should learn how to create a professional email address. It will make your emails more serious and improve their deliverability. And good news, it costs the same price than a monthly coffee at Starbucks (~$6/month).
Thanks to all the feedback from our users, we have recently added dozens of new features to Mailmeteor.
When you become serious about emailing, one thing you want to prevent is that your emails end up in spam. But how can you make sure your emails don’t land up in the spam folder? Warming up your email account may be the solution.
Email is one of the most important tools in communication. Unlike chatting, emails take a while to get a reply, so it’s less likely for you to be able to gauge what the receiver is thinking. You need to give yourself every chance to succeed in getting your point across.
For the past 3 years, Mailmeteor has grown from a mail merge add-on for Gmail to one of the most popular email platforms trusted by millions of users. The email industry is well-known to be crowded and competitive. Slowly but surely, Mailmeteor has carved out a little place for itself among the major mastodon in the emailing space.