gmailaddon

Redtie’s Gmail Ad-on

Redtie’s Gmail Add-on is the perfect way to reach your gmail contacts via Text and Voice.

Redtie is the Multi-channel Messaging Platform with channels like Text, Email, Voice & Chat. With Redtie Gmail Ad-ons, it’s easy to deliver the right message, to the right person, at the right time via the right communication channel they prefer.

A Redtie user can send a text and voice message with rewards to any one or more of his/her contacts in Redtie from Gmail Redtie add-on
Steps:
Install Redtie add-on in Gmail.
Gmail authorization
Connect with Redtie
Choose a Business profile
The senders email address is checked and tracked in Redtie and pulled to show in the add-on
Now the sender can type in a phone number and send a text and voice message with rewards from the add-on.
Redtie will deliver the message to the typed in phone number.

Install now: https://gsuite.google.com/marketplace/app/redtie/525119506851

Gmail Contact Integration

Gmail Contact Integration 

TO INTEGRATE GMAIL CONTACT WITH YOUR REDTIE ACCOUNT, SIMPLY FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW

1. In the Contacts admin panel, click on Integrations.

2. Click Integrations and select Gmail:Contacts

3. To fully integrate Gmail with Redtie, Click on the Gmail contact: Contacts and connect your Gmail account.

4. To import the data, please log in to your Gmail account and connect it.

5. Now that your Gmail is integrated with Redtie, click Export / Import and Import your contacts. “Add New Tag” option helps to organize your contacts.

Watch a Demo: The integration is now complete!  You are all set to message your contacts now.

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