CloudMagic Creates Sender Profiles from Recent Emails



CloudMagic email app

Popular search-focused email client CloudMagic has added a useful feature to its service. The feature known as Sender Profile was specifically created to aid those who receive lots of email from people they don’t know. Similar to services like the newly launched Connect from Clearbit for desktop email or LinkedIn’s Rapportive, CloudMagic email app allows users to quickly view a summary of information about the individual who sent the email, including their location, job title, social profiles on LinkedIn and Facebook as well as their place of work.

CloudMagic eMail App Tells You “More”

Cramming all this information into a mobile email client application can be difficult, given the small amount of space available on the screen. Therefore, instead of trying to present all of the sender’s information on the screen, the application displays a more subtle notification. When you receive an email from someone you don’t have in your contacts list or someone who hasn’t emailed you before, Sender Profile subtly places a small summary below the email message. If you want to know more about the person, click the “Know More” link and a pop up card will appear with more details about the sender.

In addition, the feature allows you to access the sender’s profile at any time by tapping on their contact picture right from your inbox.

CloudMagic eMail App Keeps You From Being A Stalker

CloudMagic says that it created this feature because it takes too long to stalk someone using social media. The company says that Sender Profile will save you a solid 10 minutes of searching per email.

Another CloudMagic email app feature small business users might find interesting is its email integration that allows users to attach or save emails and files directly to their favorite productivity apps.

Both the email integration and Sender Profile are possible features for businesses that receive lots of emails on a daily basis. Sender Profile isn’t free though, as users have to part with $24.99 per year. The beauty of it is that it will work on all your devices — Mac and mobile.  It also works with Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, Exchange, Google Apps, iCloud and all IMAP accounts.



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Antony Maina Antony Maina is a Staff Writer for Small Business Trends. His beat includes social media, general business reporting and exploring how people relate to technology. With a background in freelance writing, he is a contributor to other tech websites and can be found at Word4Bloggers.

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