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Turn mayhem into magic with Copper’s Gmail spotlight

Supercharge productivity and organization with stronger inbox integration

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Andrew Suh

Product Manager

We recently introduced our Copper Chrome extension into Google Calendar to improve your core workflows when managing both your inbox and calendar events. We chose the tagline “work where you want to” for this initiative because we understand how many of you live and breathe Google Workspace (our teams at Copper do, too) — so we get how much easier it is to tackle your work week when your CRM lives there, also.

We’re happy to announce that your Copper + Google Workspace integration just leveled up … again!

Our Gmail integration enhancements add even more organization and context to your email. The Copper Gmail spotlight cuts down on the noise and disorganization of your inbox by creating a clearer framework around your emails. Easy visual cues indicate which emails are related to Copper items, and new, intuitive functionality helps you manage your tasks and email reminders within your inbox.

Turn mayhem into magic with the Copper Gmail spotlight plus new task and reminder functionality. Highlight the most important emails in your inbox — and enjoy added functionality that helps you quickly plan tasks, and connect more easily with new contacts.

What you can do with Copper’s expanded Gmail integration

Zero in on emails that drive growth and create order out of chaos … with more context

Stop trawling through your inbox, trying to piece information together, struggling to locate missing details, chasing down team members — and risking stalled deals in the process. Now you can easily see the most important information front and center to move a deal forward. Instantly view which email threads are being tracked by Copper and which threads aren’t, and quickly add them to ensure that your entire team can see the full context around your relationships.

Up your ABM game by uncovering new influencers and suggested contacts — and adding them with one click

Widening the group of influencers in a sale is easier and more effortless so another contact never slips through the cracks. Broaden your network, supercharge your account-based marketing initiatives, and increase your chance of winning deals.

Get even more organized, plan your day, and track your priorities right from Gmail

Surface your reminders and tasks right alongside your inbox or within your calendar — you decide where you want to work. Think of all the time you’ll save when you ditch the post-it notes and stop switching tabs while still staying on top of everything.

Go further with Copper X Google

We’ll be rolling out this new functionality for Copper customers over the next few weeks. We can’t wait to hear what you think.

If you haven't tried Copper yet, take it for a free spin and experience our deep Google integration for yourself — no credit card needed.

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