Drag offers the following functionalities:
- Workflow Management
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Drag links to Gmail and turns it into a collaborative workspace providing a single inbox to manage projects, sales, marketing and customers. Users can, for example, manage shared emails like "sales@" and "support@" from inside Gmail. The team can easily use such accounts as they use their own. The software also has features such as internal team chat, due dates, tasks, calendar integrations and a drag board which is in a Kanban Layout for production scheduling. Users can switch between the default list view and a Kanban view with no loss in functionality. They can also sort emails under different columns for better visual organisation. There are a lot of colour-coding options for different time-zones, urgency levels and other factors. The software can also sync with the user's Google Calendar for smoother data flow, and users can view at a glance what their team members are working on and assign tasks accordingly.
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|API||NA||Location / Phone Number||London, United Kingdom|
|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud||Category||New SaaS Software|
For individuals to stay organized in Gmail
For teams that run their entire business from Gmail
The software offers Custom pricing plan on basis of request.
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Drag offers the following functionalities:
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The pricing for Drag starts at $12.00 per user per month. Drag has a single plan:
Drag offers a Free Plan with limited features. They also offer an Enterprise Plan for their product.
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No, Drag does not provide API.
Very easy to work with emails that are in multiple statuses and requiring follow-up at multiple stages (from either one person or multiple members of the team who handle different things).
Some of the UI for notes can be a little cumbersome, but having made several suggestions to this and other things with the app, can say the developer and developer team is super responsive and actually listens to users and constant improvements reflect that.
Have tested multiple mailbox and incoming mail/task systems that are directly oriented to Gmail/Google Business and this was my chosen candidate after extensive testing of all. Have been both a previous Pro subscriber and a Free user. The note feature and task lists are great and the Pro is worth paying for.
Time scheduled follow-up and tasking to others for follow-up. Chronologically organizing email follow-up.
I'm new to Drag and have enjoyed it so far. Looking forward to discovering everything it can do for me.
I have not found anything as of today that I would improve. If/when I learn more, I will update my review.
I work in special education in a public school setting. Each student file consists of close to 400 compliance requirements. Tracking due dates and progress is a nightmare. Drag is helping me in this process.
What I like best about the Drag app is how it easy running my entire workflow just form my inbox. Before, I would had to switch back and forth which became kind of a hassle. Especially when trying to get work completed.
There isn't anything that I don't dislike about the Drag app.
The problem that I am solving with Drag is it allows me to manage my time better and get things completed in on time. While staying on task and organize which is a big must for my business.
Extremely easy to use, very efficient...
Not really anything at this point.......
Try all it has to offer, you won't be sorry! Ease of use is fantastic as well.
Much more efficient workflow inbox, thanks Drag!
I love that Drag lets me quickly slide my emails into an appropriate category (set up as columns).
The mobile app is limited, but it's still in beta, so I suspect many improvements are still to come. One glaring issue is that you cannot "drag" items from board to board. You have to long press to select an item, then tap the hamburger menu, then scroll up, then tap "send to column," scroll to find the board/column you need, tap to "drag" it there. Also, if you tap the wrong one, you have to do it again. Seriously slows down the workflow. I suspect that in the final version, dragging items with your finger will be the default.
There's a lot of really amazing workflow features beyond just organization that also really help out someone like me. If you are looking more more control over automation than gmail's filters, Drag is definitely worth checking out.
I have ADHD and any kind of interruption can completely derail whatever I'm working on. Opening my gmail to find something in particular for my current task can easily lead down the rabbit hole. The structure that Drag implements allows for lightning quick sorting. This is invaluable to someone like me. Now I can be more directed with my email and avoid distraction better.
I recently had to bring on my first employee. It was hard to find the right solution. I didn't want to leave Gmail, and even though it's not a "feature" per se, the fact that I can still reply directly and give people that personal touch and yet still collaborate with my team is extremely valuable to me.
I think the learning curve is something I dislike, but that's to be expected with such a unique piece of software.
There is nothing quite like it in the market. The support is great, and the product continues to inovate.
My teammate and I tried just using Gmail, but it was chaotic. We both were replying to the and messages and all emails were marked as unread even though the other replied. Drag is solving this for us!
The experience of a lean artifact in a collaboration tool.
So far, I see no disadvantage in not using the available resources.
Ability to prioritize, plan and execute demands and activities.
having your emails like tasks its amazing, and everthing in one place, tracking has never been so easy
drags slows a little bit the loading page
its amazing to transform your gmail into a task software
the tasks that comes by email, are transformed in task with a responsable and due date, and without leaving gmail
I have tried for several years to get away from using Gmail, but it's connected to everything, from my google calendar, google drive, google docs and more. I love that Drag integrates with what you already use, keeping everything in one place, rather than forcing you to cater yourself to it. It fills a missing gap in running online businesses, especially those where Google is your hub.
In the beginning when I first used Drag (while in development) it was missing some key components, like sending from an alias, however with following updates this is now available. I wish that I had found them sooner (or they were available sooner) while I was messing around with 6 different programs trying to get them to work together. I also dislike the learning curve that occurs when moving over to a new piece of tech, however this isn't a flaw of drag, rather just tech overall. I am happy to be moving from being a free user to a paid user, now that they have these necessary features available.
I keeps my todos (which usually come in through my email), my correspondances together in once place, it allows my team to answer emails for me (as though they were me) and for me to see what's happening, and who's doing what. I am happy to be moving from a free user to a paid user, now that they have
The first thing to keep in mind when working with Drag is that if you want and need to work with your emails, either as tasks or task generator and deadlines, but you cannot because Gmail and its labels alone are not enough for you, there is good news .
Yes, with Drag I have been able to achieve this, since it allows me to manage mail and tasks within Gmail without losing the Gmail features or having to resort to Trello or Asana.
The best thing is that it is improving and has functionalities that are on the roadmap and I hope they will arrive soon
What I would most like to see implemented is that it can work harmoniously with Simplify and with Toggl Track, and the bi-directional integration with Google Drive Unit of Equipment
My recommendation is that if they want to work with Drag within Gmail they should be able to harmonize the use with blocks of time (actually with or without Drag), because we must understand that the sum of Gmail plus Drag is to be more productive and not to to fall into the wrong use and less into the procrastination that would be a mistake. It is the challenge for all of us who have important workloads and at the same time we are subject to changes in our agendas
1. Don't waste time managing tasks and emails that are part of a project without leaving Gmail at a reasonable cost.
2. Have a complete and orderly vision of the clients' emails and projects.
3. Interact with my work team, be it regarding the same emails and tasks created directly in Drag without leaving Gmail, which is great.
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