Mailbird loves

Posted by Christin on April 7, 2015 was one of the first deep integrations that came with the launch of Mailbird 2.0.

Thanks to this awesome partnership and the great support of the team you can turn your Email into a real To-Do list that you can organize, prioritize and schedule right alongside all your projects and tasks.


Getting organized can be that simple

1. Simply activate the App in your Mailbird App Store. It will then appear in the menu panel on the left of the Mailbird window.




You will also be able to access it from your Mailbird sidebar and have your To-Do list open right next to your Inbox.




2. Sign up for using your Gmail account. uses your Google Drive to store and synchronize your data. has only access to the folder created by No other folders can be accessed and your data will not be sent to any other server.


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3. Once you have signed in, will take you through the first steps to get started. You will also have the option to import data from your other To-Do list Apps and keep working on these within


Steps to getting started


4. After setting up your To-Do lists and agendas, you can simply drag and drop Emails related to your set tasks in to your list.

When clicking the Email in your list it will open the Email in Mailbird. The Email dragged in to your list, will still remain in your Inbox; no Emails will disappear and you will still have access to them outside of


Drag and Drop emails


Activate in Mailbird, so you can start getting organized today.


Let us know what you think and how you use in Mailbird in the comments below.





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One thought on "Mailbird loves"

  • I’m struggling with this potentially awesome feature. I’ve been using Workflowy, I’m testing, and the abiity to embed email (at least link back to email) into and to see it all in Mailbird side pane, that’s just extraordinary….in principle.

    In practice, when I load Mailbird, I get 1 new process for Mailbird that uses 190M of RAM, plus a new process, cefsharp.browsersubprocess that uses 450M, and my processor is now bouncing fr 30% to 70% utilization and my system is mud. I assume related to this, each click in the pane (right side of Mailbird) takes 3-10 seconds to execute, and dragging and email fr Mailbird to pane either takes >2x as long, or hangs entirely.

    It feels like something is conflicting with something, but I’m not that technical, I don’t understand this stuff. All I know is: it’s not workable, it’s making my system unworkable.

    I’m wondering if you’ve seen this before and have any guidance. It would be truly awesome if it actually worked as described here.

    Thanks, fingers crossed.

    Btw: brand new Lenovo laptop, Win7, everything else is very very snappy…until I load Mailbird.

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