Switching to Gmelius
Create a shared inbox
Convert a Google Group into a shared inbox
Manage emails in your shared inbox
Manage users of a shared inbox
Send emails and automatically reply from a shared email address
Remove emails from your shared inbox
Rename or delete your shared inbox
Create and use tags
How to: Setup a G Suite email alias
How to: Change the workflow of a shared inbox and view shared conversations in the inbox
How to: Prevent sharing conversations from a particular email address
Create and work with Gmail shared labels
Managing your shared labels
What is the difference between a shared inbox and a shared label?
Notes & Mentions
Create a new meeting
How To: Schedule meetings from your inbox
How To: Share and edit meetings
How To: Connect your Zoom account to Gmelius Meetings
Create a sequence
Enroll contacts in a sequence
Unenroll a contact from a sequence
Share a sequence
Edit an active sequence
Pause a sequence during the weekend
Unthread emails in a sequence
Workflow Rules & SLAs
Create and edit campaigns
How many emails can I send each day with campaigns?
What is the difference between a single-stage and a multi-stage campaign?
Add an unsubscribe link to a campaign
How to: Set up a campaign with SMTP
CRM Integration (Bcc rules)
How to track an email
How to know if my emails have been read
How to enable per-recipient tracking
Why do I get an open notification when checking my sent emails?
Email tracking is not working
What are the possible reasons behind a large number of opens on my tracked emails?
Test email tracking
What is the difference between snooze and follow-up?
How to customize snooze and follow-up behavior?
Snooze and Conversation View mode OFF
Shared conversation links
FAQs & Troubleshooting
What happens at the end of my trial?
How to contact support
How to use Gmelius shortcuts
Do you have an affiliate program?
Do you have a public roadmap?
Is Gmelius available in another language?
Is Gmelius available for Microsoft Outlook?
Gmelius is not visible in Gmail
How to clear my local storage
Activation window keeps popping up
My signature is not updated on my templates
How to fix the Err_Connection_Reset error
Troubleshooting a Shared Inbox
How to know if my issue is related to a conflict or not?
Legal & Policies
Add and manage users
Roles and permissions
Groups and sub-teams
Transfer your Gmelius subscription
How to cancel your subscription
How to uninstall Gmelius
Permanently delete your Gmelius account
What is the difference between my legacy plan and the current ones?
Feature Deprecation Process & Policies
Prevent forwarded emails from being shared
Understanding your invoice
How To: Update my billing details
How to: Get an invoice with my company details
Accepted forms of payment
Do you offer any discounts or coupons?
Updated by Gmelius
Feature deprecation is an inevitable part of SaaS software development. As a Gmelius customer, your subscription pays for the continuous improvement of our solution. Any Innovation, of course, brings change, and change is hard - especially since we are such an integral part of your team's daily work life.
With this in mind, our goal is to minimize the impact on your organization with timely announcements, training, always-available customer support, and most importantly and if relevant, an improved alternative to the deprecated functionality.
After removal, the feature or capability will no longer work (i.e., End of Life).
Key Terms to Understand Are:
End of Life: The feature is at the end of its useful life, and we intend to stop selling, supporting, or sustaining it in favor of recently-developed and improved functionality.
End of Service Life: As a step toward removing the feature, we will no longer provide customer or technical support (bug fixes).
The table below includes all current and planned feature deprecations.
End of Service Life
End of Life
October 01, 2019
October 01, 2019
Gmail Customization Features
September 01, 2019
March 01, 2020
To help you understand the how, why, and when of feature deprecation, we have provided the following frequently asked questions to address your most pressing questions.
Why does Gmelius deprecate features?
To continually improve and offer a solution up to par with the current norms of work, we will periodically deprecate or replace one feature with improved functionality; always with the goal of improving your user experience.
Supporting out-dated features negatively impacts the value that we bring to our customers as well as the Gmelius teams that support them.
Product & Engineering: A feature is typically deprecated because there is a new and better way to deliver that particular functionality. Maintaining both old and new features ties up these valuable human resources and negatively impacts the cost to support the product which thereby impacts future development plans. Streamlining the support of our features enables the product and engineering teams to move faster in their efforts to continually improve the product.
Customer Support, Training & Implementation: We aim at offering high-level support to all levels within your Gmelius experience from onboarding to scaling your team. The cost of the human resources associated with this service is significant. Maintaining staff trained to support you on multiple, out-dated features is costly and inefficient. Most importantly, it impacts the team’s ability to offer a fast, effective service.
Customer Impact: Change management is never fun. That’s why we make every effort to develop features and functionality that delivers a significant improvement in your Gmelius experience. Making sure that you know of, and are actively using, new developments is key to your satisfaction. This ensures that you are using functionality that Gmelius is actively supporting today.