Tipbit and Box
Together with Box, Tipbit can unify the customer’s experience around documents, attachments, mail, and search results for all of their communication needs.
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Easily manage multiple email accounts with quick search, read later, and filter by date, person, and read, unread.
Schedule and review meetings, share available meeting times with contacts, all without ever leaving the app.
Gain greater insight into your meeting attendees.
Tipbit gathers meaningful information about the people you meet with making your conversations more productive.
One tap access to deep link into your social network apps.
Tipbit automatically brings you relevant messages, appointments, contacts, and attachments as you browse email and calendar.
Tipbit supports Gmail, Microsoft Exchange, IMAP, iCloud, Hotmail, Mac.com, and Live.com.
With Tipbit you can schedule, review, accept, share available meeting times, and manage your calendar without ever leaving the app.
Plus, instantly find, save, and securely share your messages and attachments with Salesforce, Dropbox, Evernote and more.
Tipbit’s social functionality pulls relevant and meaningful information together from various social networks so you can be more prepared.
One tap deep link to Google, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter for the best social experience.
“Forrester analyst Frank Gillett is a believer. He sees Tipbit as an example of how mobile-first applications are driving innovation but he hopes Tipbit won’t stop there. “Once this gets figured out for mobile, I want the same thing for my desktop. They are rethinking personal productivity tools,” he said. The unsaid thought there is that those tools — Microsoft Office and the like — need a do-over.”
“Let’s face it. Managing email on a mobile device kind of sucks. It’s nearly impossible to find archived messages, let alone seamlessly connecting to one’s calendar, contacts or other third-party services such as Dropbox, LinkedIn or Facebook.The whole thing just seems ready for a refresh.”
“More simply put, that means Tipbit can perform specific tasks within the inbox that would have typically required users to launch other applications – like looking up social profile info from LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook, for example, finding, viewing or sharing files from Dropbox, accessing Google from an email to search for content related to that message, and swiping to quickly perform other tasks, like accessing your calendar, files, or contacts.”
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Tipbit brings email, social and search together so you can complete tasks on your smartphone rather than waiting until you’re back at your desk. Tipbit is led by an email dream team in Seattle and San Francisco that melds start-up and enterprise email development experience from some of the world’s most successful technology brands.