Superhuman recently got calendar integration, and has a Rapportive-style sidebar with contact info, but otherwise is mostly focused just on the core email experience.
The Command Palette in Superhuman could be a great way to use add-ons, if they're ever added, much like how Sublime Text puts most add-on features in their command palette.
If you could add new features to Superhuman in add-ons, what would you like to see added to make your email experience better?
Love Superhuman but I was pretty underwhelmed with the create a calendar invite functionality. Still have to tab to cal to edit the event to add Zoom or Hangouts and because they don't aggregate calendars it's hard to tell if I'm still available for that time slot.
I am curious what other add-ins people would want in their inbox, though, as it's likely that we build them (CommandDot.com) before Superhuman does.
I love Superhuman but gotta have Exchange/365 support. Multiple client email accounts force me to use Mac Mail or Outlook for several. Pls speed this up! Thanks in advance.
I'd love a Hubspot integration, I've always found Hubspot and email a little clunky. It either imports everything or you need to have a manual step to add emails to Hubspot and most of the time users forget to do that.
With Superhuman you can use a snippet to BCC users but still requires a user to remember. I wonder how this could be re-imagined like maybe cmd+enter sends and cmd+shift+enter sends and loops in Hubspot... or maybe if you toggle it on after you send an email it asks if you want to send it to Hubspot and gives you 5seconds to press enter again to action that.
Oh interesting..! Calendar feels like a great fit for an email client because a lot of threads are about finding a date for a meeting. I think other integrations have to be in a similar narrative. On top of my head, providing rich previews of content that get shared in email threads might be interesting. This would allow me to view (and maybe edit?!) the content without leaving the thread and keeping my focus on achieving inbox zero.
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