When we write bug reports, most of the time we have a clear vision of what just happened or what steps were taken in order to reach to a situation where something not expected happened. It is obvious to us at the moment, so we communicate it with very few notes because it’s very obvious, paste a screenshot and that should make it obvious to the developer what went wrong, right?
With Mixmax Sequences, you already have the power to successfully reach your customers with automated drip campaigns.
Imagine if every week you spoke at a conference, hosted an event in front of hundreds of entrepreneurs, and had someone interview you at their conference.
If you are planning to construct a great building, you must have a strong and stable foundation. You can invest as much as you want in the exterior but if your support pillars are shaky, your investment and work can easily crash down leaving you with little to no results. And, as you know, buildings are not constructed from roof to bottom, so you might want to be familiar with these 4 pillars of excellent email prospecting before you start your email campaign.
Enhancing communication is at the core of our Mixmax DNA. We’re always looking for ways to bring communication out of the stone age, and help professionals communicate better. And we couldn’t be happier to announce our newest integration with one of the best tools in the game - Droplr.
We’re excited to announce Mixmax calendar.
You can now book meetings even faster by sharing a link where prospects can book directly on your calendar.
Recently, we made it super easy for you to add anyone to a sequence—right from your compose window. Now, it’s even more powerful. Starting today, you can preview and personalize the sequence you insert!
Finding housing in SF isn’t always easy. Here’s what we’ve learned - we hope it will help you!
Here at Mixmax it’s no secret that we use Mongo for a lot of different things. One issue that we’d had for a long time though was our ability to monitor our Mongo clusters for slow queries. This is an issue because if an engineer adds a new query to our codebase, but that query doesn’t use an index, trouble will almost always ensure - IOPS will go through the roof, we’ll start seeing Mongo churn through its internal cache because now it’s having to scan full collections, just a whole collection of really bad things.
We’re excited to announce Mixmax Outbox, a brand new way to see all your scheduled sequences, emails, and reminders in one convenient place.
We’re excited to introduce a faster, simpler, and more personal way to create Sequences and add recipients to them. Here are the latest improvements:
Email is here to stay. But emoji are past their prime – closing your message with a smiley face just doesn’t cut it.
Cold outreach emails. Heard about em’?
Insight into all aspects of our company is core to Mixmax, as such we love our metrics. We have metrics all the way from product right through internal development. We put metrics on everything. One place we store and inspect a lot of our engineering metrics is AWS CloudWatch as it allows us to seamlessly integrate metrics into our alerting and monitoring system.
We’re excited to kick off the new year with something you’ve been longing for: Sequences directly in Gmail and Inbox. Whether you’re launching a new campaign or simply want to insert an automated follow-up, Mixmax has you covered.
Mixmax brings many features to your Gmail experience, and today we’re adding one more: the ability to add custom html to any Gmail message!
When we came up with the idea for the Mixmax Advent Calendar, some team members worried they wouldn't have anything to write. In response, we came up with some strategies that everyone could use to write a post. And in the spirit of giving with which we began the series, we’ll finish by sharing these strategies with you.
Raise your hand if you’ve had an outage that could have been prevented by integration testing. And keep your hand raised if you’ve put off writing those tests for some very good reasons. What if there were another way?