SalesforceIQ Inbox is now part of Salesforce Essentials: https://www.getapp.com/customer-management-software/a/salesforce-essentials/
SalesforceIQ Inbox is a suite of mobile and desktop productivity apps that convert email inboxes into a smart CRM. It combines Salesforce and relationship intelligence for identifying opportunities and connecting with customers directly from an email inbox.
SalesforceIQ Inbox helps users efficiently update their pipeline and log sales activity. The solution analyzes communications to identify opportunities, and users can view which customers are engaging with emails. Salesforce IQ Inbox sends smart reminders for important deals and enables follow up scheduling. It automatically surfaces relevant Salesforce data and provides context for all customer interactions to help users craft the perfect email response.
The solution helps to streamline the sales workflow and provides real-time customer insights. Users can create leads, contacts, and opportunities from within their inbox, and use predictive notifications to stay up-to-date on every deal. SalesforceIQ Inbox includes features such as ‘insert availability’ to help eliminate the back and forth of setting up meetings, as well as email templates for quick and easy responses.
Instant email notifications for email opens.
It is really nice having a tool that tracks emails sent to prospects. We are able to insert templates, and the email should track automatically into salesforce, reducing the amount of work required on our sales team.
It is also nice getting instant notifications for when an email is opened, letting me know that my top deals are reading emails sent or forwarding them onto others in the organization.
This tool seems like there are still a lot of bugs that need to be worked out. For example:
Calendar bug: it is really nice to have the ability to insert calendar availability into an email. The problem is, that this doesn't always work.
Too many clicks: when sending an email to a prospective customer, it would be nice if there was a way to automatically copy all emails into Salesforce, while excluding certain domains. Currently, you are required to manually choose to copy an email into Salesforce or not. When you send 100 emails a day, all of those extra clicks add up.
I also wish there were more data analytics around open rate to shared templates. We have uploaded several email templates into Salesforce for the team to use, but most people don't insert from the template in the tool because it takes a long time for them to load, or there is a bug that prevents them from loading the template entirely.
The ease of tracking and referencing emails sent to partners makes this a must have product for any Salesforce user. The upside to it is amazing!
Especially since they pushed a recent update, Salesforce Inbox makes logging and tracking communication about easy as there is. I can see what was sent and received, avoid lengthy inbox and sent mail searches and reference anything when I am on with a client at the moment we are talking.
The only real downside is the product does not pull attachments directly into the Salesforce. Also a flaw is mobile so once a week I need to double check that I have logged all my mobile emails.
Inbox is not a disruptive solution - meaning I don't feel you need to accommodate it in any way. It fits well into my workflow and adds a tremendous amount of value.
There are some limitations that I'm sure will be ironed out over the next year or so. The biggest for me is adding new leads/contacts in Salesforce based on the information captured from a recipients/senders email signature.
It's a basic email tool, that shows who opened the email and if they clicked on a link. It also allows you to schedule calendar invites within the email
It's not easy to use and not very intuitive. I used this for about a month and was not impressed with its capabilities.
Helps save time by populating templates into your email. Integrates directly with gmail and gives options to send emails later too.
It takes a while for it to load, sometimes in salesforce, the templates won't populate into gmail you have to copy and paste them.
Sales Cloud Users
$25 user/month (billed annually)
Below are some frequently asked questions for SalesforceIQ Inbox.
SalesforceIQ Inbox offers the following pricing plans:
Starting from: US$25,00/month
Pricing model: Subscription
Free Trial: Not Available
Sales Cloud Users
$25 user/month (billed annually)
SalesforceIQ Inbox offers the following features:
SalesforceIQ Inbox has the following typical customers:
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Small Business
SalesforceIQ Inbox supports the following languages:
SalesforceIQ Inbox has the following pricing plans:
SalesforceIQ Inbox supports the following devices:
Android, iPhone, iPad
SalesforceIQ Inbox integrates with the following applications:
Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft Outlook, Salesforce Sales Cloud, SalesforceIQ, Workato
SalesforceIQ Inbox offers the following support options: