What is Drift?
Drift is a messaging app that makes it easy for businesses to talk to their website visitors and customers in real-time, from anywhere.
Drift is a tool in the Customer Support Chat category of a tech stack.
Who uses Drift?
70 companies reportedly use Drift in their tech stacks, including Walls.io, Festalab, and asencis.
74 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Drift.
Slack, WordPress, Mailchimp, Twilio SendGrid, and Shopify are some of the popular tools that integrate with Drift. Here's a list of all 39 tools that integrate with Drift.
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- Know who your users are and what they are doing with live customer data
- Segment in real-time with up to date data from your app or 3rd party integrations
- Enhanced User and Company profiles
- Email capture widget
- Email and in-app messages (mobile & web)
- Auto-messages based on time or behavior
- Messaging performance metrics
- Event tracking
- Open APIs, SDKs and webhooks
Drift Alternatives & Comparisons
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