[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany – Mailbutler, provider of the leading email extension and plug-in, has made a major revamp to its user interface by introducing a sidebar. This is a direct response to seeing how one can easily misplace and forget about the Notes, Tasks and Follow-up Reminders. This improved update provides a better arrangement and easier access to the previously mentioned features. This overview helps users keep track of their conversations, improve their workflow and save time overall. By creating the Sidebar, old Notes, Tasks and Follow- up Reminders will now be relocated into a more organised and better place.
Tobias Knobl, CEO and co-founder of Mailbutler said: “Creating Notes, Tasks, and Follow-up Reminders are some of Mailbutler’s most-used features. I also use them to communicate with my team and organise different tasks. Sometimes, it was a hassle to figure out, where a Note or Task is attached in the email thread. Therefore, we decided to come up with the Sidebar, which helps all Mailbutler users to seamlessly find and arrange those features.”
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