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Email Scheduling Tools are used to schedule email messages to be sent at a later time. You may not always want your emails to be sent immediately and these tools enable you to do exactly that. You can select a date and time at which you would like to email to be sent out. Many of these tools also have other features like Email Tracking i.e track email opens, clicks and other actions. These tools are great for sales teams who want emails to get to users when they are in office at a specific time. Our research team has listed the best products in this category. Use the filters to narrow down on a tool based on its pricing and features. Click on quick view to see the features of each product.
Up to $40 per month
Over $40 per month
Up to $10 per month
Track Email Opens
200 per month
10 per month
Track Email Clicks
Email Follow-Up Reminders
Streak is a powerful email management tool that integrates with Gmail to provide a seamless experience. It allows you to easily schedule mails and send them later. It also provides features such as mail tracking, mail merge, and snooze which make it easy to manage your mailbox.
Hubspot Sales makes it easy to schedule and send mails from Gmail. It provides an easy to use interface to schedule mails and edit the already scheduled ones. It works across time zones to make sure your message remains on top of your prospects’ inbox.
Boomerang for Gmail is a tool which not only lets you schedule emails, but also allows you to take videos out of your inbox when you don’t need them and return them to top of your inbox when you do, and reminds you when people don’t reply to your messages.
Mixmax is an email management tool for Gmail. It allows you to track and schedule emails efficiently. Mixmax’s dashboard allows you to edit the already scheduled mails and/or reschedule them.
Right Inbox adds functionality to your Gmail making it more powerful and intuitive to use. It allows you to schedule mails which can either be sent at an interval or at a specific time or date in future and set reminders so you don’t lose track of important conversations.