Email Client that Can Help You Manage Multiple Gmail, Inbox, and Outlook Accounts Together with The Associated Calendar and Cloud Storage Services
Connect to multiple email accounts and switch between them with ease
To help you configure the connection to your email accounts, Shift comes with Setup wizards for Gmail, Inbox, and Outlook. You get to set a name for the account and associate a color to make it more easily identifiable.
Note that, in each case, you need to authorize the shift application to connect to and manage the email account. Once everything is configured, you will be able to switch between accounts within the Shift main window via the left side panel.
For advanced account configuration, make sure to navigate to the Settings panel: here you can change the avatar image, toggle the notifications and the unread badge or set the unread mode.
Interact with your email accounts and associated services just like you would do in a web browser
The Shift application is essentially designed to access the web apps associated with each email account without cluttering your browser. The best part is that you can also switch to the Calendar view or access the online cloud storage service associated with the account.
Since you can access all this information within the same user interface, Shift is a great option if you need to reduce desktop clutter without losing on functionality.
At the same time, Shift integrates with the Notification Center to send alerts and keeps track of the unread emails count, so you can easily stay on top of everything and notice if a message requires immediate attention.
Email desktop client that aims to help you manage an unlimited number of email accounts
The shift is an email client that combines the time-efficiency of using a separate app for accessing your email with all the features made available on the web apps associated with these accounts.
The best part is that you get to interact with the calendar and online storage drives connected to the email accounts within the same user interface.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Shift for Mac and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂