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Posted on September 23, 2013, under Time and Technology.
If you’re a Gmail user who also uses Chrome, this is a Chrome Extension that I encourage you to take a look at. It appears to offer what Boomerang does, but with a few additions – and on first blush, at least, my VA notes that it seems a little easier to work with.
Here is a brief video that walks through mxHero’s features:
We were particularly interested in the ability to track when attachments are opened. This brief piece from Website Magazine explains how the attachment tracking works:
The plugin allows users (email senders) the ability to indicate before sending whether an attachment should be tracked. After sending, attachments are removed and stored by mxHero, replaced with an HTML file attachment with links to original attachments. Recipients can then access the attachments and for each download the sender receives a notification of who accessed it.
“The ability to know when your attachments have been accessed can be an important bit of information in our time critical day,” said Alexis Panagides, CEO of mxHero. “You can imagine many usage cases ranging from sending an agenda before a meeting to time sensitive commercial proposals or even legal documents.”
Another interesting feature is Private Delivery. In this, you can send an e-mail to a group of people but only show the name of the particular address receiving each particular e-mail. (Among other things, this removes the possibility of the dreaded, accidental “reply all” mistake that has probably been experienced by many of us at one time or another!
Just click it to access all of the features. (And you can use as many of the features as you want, for any e-mail.)
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