Introducing mail merge with automatic follow-up sequences in Gmail
Today, we’re excited to introduce one of those tools and our most-requested feature ever: mail merge with automatic follow-up sequences in Gmail.
Here's a roundup of some recent fixes and improvements.
Creating a report of boxes in your pipeline broken out by the values in a particular column was exceedingly difficult because you weren't able to specify a column. This has been fixed so you can slice and dice your data every which way.
Did you know you can choose how much information about your Streak boxes and pipelines shows up in your inbox? Previously, if you chose "none" you'd still see a small indicator if an email in your inbox was included in a Streak pipeline, but this has been fixed.
In some cases, Streak Settings options would be duplicated, showing each setting twice. This has been fixed.
Our previous version of mail merge would very occasionally send a blank variable in your message, even though it showed up correctly in the preview. The launch of mail merge with automatic follow-up fixed this issue, so you can be confident your messages are sending with all of the correct variables.
With the side panel closed, the helper text for "Edit Mail Merge" was cut off by the edge of the browser window. Although quite minor, we're so excited about our new mail merge with automatic follow-up that we want to make sure it's in tip-top shape.