The world of employee email is evolving and growing on a daily basis, and Sigstr is working hard to ensure our customers have a seamless experience using our email signature marketing platform. Email is a critical component in our daily lives and it’s our mission to make employee email signatures more powerful, more effective and now, more efficient. As many of our customers use Google to run their businesses, it has been a top priority for our product team to develop an incredible user experience for those using the Gmail email platform. And now, we’re excited to announce it’s here: Gmail Signature Sync!
Backed by a powerful integration with Google Apps, the Sigstr install process is simple and efficient. The integration removes the need for employees to install the application individually. Instead, the Sigstr administrator has the ability to push campaign and signature updates to each employee through the application portal.
Does your company use Gmail to run your employee email? If so, the Gmail Signature Sync is as easy as the 4 steps below. Once you’re logged into your Sigstr account, simply:
1. Select the tools menu.
2. Navigate the Connectors page.
3. Select Connect to Google Apps and enter your Google Apps Admin credentials.
4. After authenticating, click Sync Signatures Now to push your Sigstr content to all users. Alternatively, enable Auto-Sync to instantly push out changes to Google Apps users whenever content is updated in Sigstr. The sync will push any signature or user signature field changes straight to users on your Google Apps domain. It will only affect users who are already provisioned in Sigstr.
WARNING: Make sure you have uploaded all employee data and are ready for a live launch before syncing.
Yep, it really is just that easy! We even put together this video tutorial below to prove it!
Still on the fence about employee email signature marketing? No problem! Sign up for Sigstr and start your free 30-day trial today to experience firsthand the power of email signature marketing.
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