New: Schedule Emails to be Sent Later (BETA) 📤 ⏱️

Manuel Oliveira
Manuel Oliveira Admin Posts: 602 COMMUNITY MANAGER
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edited July 19 in What's New #1
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Why?

  • This highly requested feature allows you to schedule the best time to send your emails
  • You can now have a timestamp in your emails that fits traditionally accepted working hours (depending on target recipient).
  • Reach your customers at the optimal time for higher chances of it being noticed.
     

When?

Out now across all regions

 

For whom?

The Beta version is available on the Advanced, Professional and Enterprise plan.

 

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Comments

  • Ted Youn
    Ted Youn Community Driver Posts: 135
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    edited February 25 #2

    Hi, @Manuel Oliveira,

    This is a wonderful addition that many of my customers are dreaming about. Thanks!

    I have one more question: Can we incorporate this feature with workflow automation?

    If your business runs on an SaaS model with a free trial period of 14 days, for example, you can build a workflow automationi that emails a trial expiration notification to the client after two weeks.

    Thanks!

  • Manuel Oliveira
    Manuel Oliveira Admin Posts: 602 COMMUNITY MANAGER
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    edited October 2021 #3
    Ted Youn said:

    Hi, @Manuel Oliveira,

    This is a wonderful addition that many of my customers are dreaming about. Thanks!

    I have one more question: Can we incorporate this feature with workflow automation?

    If your business runs on an SaaS model with a free trial period of 14 days, for example, you can build a workflow automationi that emails a trial expiration notification to the client after two weeks.

    Thanks!

    Hello Ted , thank you for your feedback! That is not yet possible in this version, but I have forwarded your feedback internally to our developers as a note for consideration 📝

    In the meantime I recommend:

    • Following What's Planned to learn about what we're currently working on 🔎
    • Following What’s New for new release announcements and updates 📢

    🛠Feel free to join Research and Beta Testing for the chance to try out early versions and give us your opinion about new and improved features before they go live 🛠

  • Erik Hörhammer
    Erik Hörhammer Posts: 1
    edited October 2021 #4
    Ted Youn said:

    Hi, @Manuel Oliveira,

    This is a wonderful addition that many of my customers are dreaming about. Thanks!

    I have one more question: Can we incorporate this feature with workflow automation?

    If your business runs on an SaaS model with a free trial period of 14 days, for example, you can build a workflow automationi that emails a trial expiration notification to the client after two weeks.

    Thanks!

    Getting this feature to work with workflow automations would be awesome. Would solve a lot of routine emails that now need to me sent out manually.