Feature Overview

Send from where you already work. In addition to eGifts, the Sendoso plugin within Gmail now supports sending physical sends and dynamically embedding the Address Confirmation link within a draft email or response. Hit the "Sendoso" button when composing an email or from the Gmail toolbar to send a gift when you reach out to a new prospect or follow up after a meeting!

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How it Works

Sendoso can be accessed in the compose window of a new message or reply within Gmail. To get started, follow these steps:

1. Start composing an email from your Gmail account and click the Sendoso plugin.

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2. Then, click the physical item or eGift you want to send.

When selecting an eGift, the Gmail integration will automatically embed the eGift redemption link into your email. When sending a physical gift, you will have to provide an address for the recipient.

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3. If sending a physical item, you will be prompted to either enter the recipient’s address or send an address confirmation form to the recipient.

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3. If you do not have the recipient’s address, select Enable for I Don’t have Recipient’s Address.

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4. When you have entered the appropriate information, you will reach the confirmation screen.

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Example Use Cases

Reaching out to a prospect to schedule a meeting? Sweeten the deal with a coffee eGift that requires them to book a meeting before they can redeem it.

Following up with a customer during onboarding? Send them the new customer swag bomb with a "Welcome Aboard" email.

FAQs

  • Will this work for my Gmail account in (Outlook, Apple Mail, etc.)?
    • The Sendoso Sending through Gmail feature extends our Chrome extension and will only be available for the Gmail web interface on a Chrome browser.
  • What types of Gifts can I send via Gmail?
    • In addition to eGifts, the Sendoso plugin within Gmail now supports sending inventoried sends and Sendoso Direct. It also supports dynamically embedding the Address Confirmation link within a draft email or response.
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