Are there any plans for a desktop app with offline access?

DC Team
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Pipedrive can sometimes be slow loading data. In addition, when there's an internet outage it can really be  frustrating for the entire office to be blind to deals and activities. I understand the mobile app would help in this case with offline access, but mobile just really isn't the ideal way to visualize all the data in a deal. Desktop is much easier and I wish there was a desktop app.

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  • Guillaume_1141
    Guillaume_1141 Posts: 68
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    edited August 2020 #2

    We need to use Pipedrive while travelling and sometimes there is no connection. This is a must have. When Pipedrive gets its internet connection back, it would update itself and send pending emails...

  • Inês Batata
    Inês Batata Admin Posts: 3,153 COMMUNITY MANAGER
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    edited June 21 #3

    Hi @DC Team and @Guillaume , thank you for your input.

    If you have that possibility, the mobile app becomes easier to use on a tablet, for example, as compared to a mobile phone, which has a much smaller screen.

    As for an offline desktop app, at the moment we have no news about this, as priorities and resource allocations for development have to be distributed and unfortunately not everything can be built or at least built in the near future.

    That being said, we appreciate your input and use it to give our teams thinking points to be considered in the future.

    Speaking of which, here are some pro tips to stay on top of things:

  • DC Team
    DC Team Posts: 3
    edited September 2020 #4

    thank you!

  • Kristen Corrigan
    Kristen Corrigan Posts: 1
    edited February 2021 #5

    I vote (if there was a vote) for a desktop version as well.

  • Harold Drinhuyzen
    edited June 21 #6

    Hi @DC Team and @Guillaume , thank you for your input.

    If you have that possibility, the mobile app becomes easier to use on a tablet, for example, as compared to a mobile phone, which has a much smaller screen.

    As for an offline desktop app, at the moment we have no news about this, as priorities and resource allocations for development have to be distributed and unfortunately not everything can be built or at least built in the near future.

    That being said, we appreciate your input and use it to give our teams thinking points to be considered in the future.

    Speaking of which, here are some pro tips to stay on top of things:

    Hi, do you know if there are currently (June 2022) any plans to implement offline use?