Our first update of the year earned a blog post of its own! We’ve launched a new Chrome extension for a seamless integration with G Suite / Gmail. Read more on the blog, and if you use Google for email, give it a shot.
We also wanted to mention a handful of the meaningful rough edges that our team has been sanding down the past few weeks.
- When you create a lead, person and company all at the same time, Nutshell didn't always connect the person to the company. Now it does!
- When you're viewing a list of people, we've added the ability to include their company's phone number in the list (and to export it to a spreadsheet). We've also organized the list of columns to make it easier to scan:
- When you add businesses and people with the business card scanner in our mobile apps, we now give them a unique origin, so you can filter them all down when you get back to your computer.
- We’ve fixed up the Losses report, where it would occasionally include a lead that wasn't yet closed.
- For new Nutshell customers: our Salesforce importer is better than ever at importing activities to the right place.
- We've tidied up how Nutshell shows users that have left your company. When you lose a rep, they now appear as "Removed Users."
- If you use our Zendesk integration, you can now see the # of tickets as a column on the leads list.
- Our JSON-RPC API lets you find leads by a particular stage, and is smarter about attaching new activities to the correct lead.
This is just a slice of what we've been up to. Later this week, we roll out our new design for 2018 with streamlined search, and we're hard at work on some improvements to our sales process tools.