Add calendar into Missive. For meetings, tasks, invites, etc.
Yes- or at least for dates and times to be recognised as links and to open in the users default calendar app..
hey everybody, I also wanted this so I built a custom integration that partially addresses the problem by enabling you to export dates and times to Google Calendar. it's not exactly a solution, just tangentially related, but check it out anyway! Feedback is always welcome! (PS. integrations only avail. to "Productive" plan users).
@Zach Hardesty: Sounds great Zach! Should there be a link to your integration?
@Rafael Masson: oops, yup! https://github.com/zachhardesty7/missive-gcal-export-integration
If full blown Calendar features may be complex to implement, would suggest "at least for a start", a way to visualize Google Apps like Calendar and Keep.
Mailbird provides all sorts of integration by just acting as a "inner" web browser, but still... very helpful and convenient.
I suggest the same...
not required IMO
I don't think this nearly as useful as a HubSpot integration would be.
Integration with google cal would be UNREAL
This would be an interesting addition for sure and I'm looking forward to see whether they decide to implement it (and how...)
I'll be happy with simply seeing my calendar... No fluff. Changing apps to see my schedule and having to open gsuite is a pain.
Hear the need... and unless its as beautiful and functional as Newton (iOS only) calendar app, ill just keep mine separate. $.02
This is probably the single most important feature missing in Missive today. A collaborative solution where users can see, share and have calendar-based context with emails are key features for any "enterprise" collaboration suite.
Missive's big differentiator to Front App or similar is that is supposed to be a replacement of your email client .... They ALL have calendars (Thunderbird, Outlook, Nine, K-9, Mail, etc ...).
How are you all managing calendar invites w/ Missive today? How do you share them w/your team?
@George Burnett: I'm still relying on my Newton app to manage meetings and contacts. Missive is secondary sat ready for when I loose Newton. but for me missive needs to step up with these features very soon or I'll be reluctantly heading our to the outlook app.
@George Burnett: Newton is/was probably the best business email available for Android. Unfortunately they shut down in September and are not renewing subscriptions. Missive imo is going to be the best to move to for many Newton users looking for a new email client.
@Wayne Kelly: Can I ask why you're using Missive? Newton Mail looks pretty feature rich.