We've increased the maximum number of characters displayed in the messages posted by MailClark, so you can now fully read most of your emails directly from the channel.
Text limit increased for emails posted in Slack
Send out messages automatically
Tired to click buttons before sending an email? Add the emoji 📮
:postbox: at the beginning or the end of your message and it will be sent out automatically.
Send a new tweet from Slack
You can now send a tweet from Slack, and it no longer needs to start with a mention to someone!
@mailclark tweet and wait for MailClark's instructions before writing your tweet.
The Facebook ‘Bot Pause’ is over!
We're happy to annouce that MailClark users can connect a Facebook Page to Slack again!
help in a Slack DM to MailClark, click "connect services" and follow the instructions. If you need support, contact our team, we'll be happy to help.
Attach a file to your emails
MailClark now allows you to upload files from your computer to attach them to your email.
You can do so from the message posted by MailClark before sending the email or directly from the email preview.
Upload attachments to Slack
You can now automatically saves incoming emails’ attachments to your Slack workspace instead of MailClark servers.
To activate/deactivate this option, go to your Workspace settings.
Set up your Workspace Settings
Admins can now edit informations related to their workspace, by clicking on "Workspace" in the Settings Interface menu.
From there, you'll have the chance
- to set up your team's default sender name & signature,
- to activate/deactivate some MailClark's features
- to set security parameters.
Connect a live chat to Slack
MailClark + Messenger live chat plugin: This is the perfect combo to allow your site visitors to contact your team and receive/answer their messages directly from Slack.
We also offer Yearly Payment, at a bargain price 🤑
New IMAP integration
You can now connect your email account in just a few steps with our new IMAP integration.
MailClark gives you two-way sync between your email account and Slack, allowing you to both send and receive emails directly from Slack. All emails written in Slack are saved in your email account.
All you need is an email address and your password.
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