Let’s Send Better Emails this Summer!

Emails are still considered the most professional & effective form of communication. So we extended the guiding design principles for v7.0 UI into our email collaboration in Celoxis. In addition to these 5 principles, our reasoning behind this revamp is to:

1. Address the purpose clearly & directly. Our email subject lines clearly indicate the nature of the event, and are more personalized and more evident.

2. Provide a face for the email. Emails should always come from someone. So even though our emails are automated, you are always clear about who’s communicating the information or who has caused the event to occur.

3. Worry about what you send more than when you send. Each additional information directly competes with any valuable information present. Our new email notifications are now concise, presenting only relevant information, improving readability and taking actions.

4. Give them an easy way out. Users can already specify what email notifications they want to receive from the application. Our emails also make it very simple to change preferences.

So let’s send better emails this summer (or winter for the southerners)!

 

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Blog Author: Sanket Pai, Head, Customer & Product Experience at Celoxis

Sanket Pai

 

 

 

About Celoxis:

Celoxis is a comprehensive project management tool that helps companies streamline management of projects, time sheets, expenses and business processes, specific to their organization. Over the last decade, Celoxis has specialized in delivering improved collaboration and increased efficiency for teams of all sizes, both in SMB and Enterprise segments. To know more visit www.celoxis.com 

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