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Front takes out the pain of shared inboxes (contact@, team@, jobs@...) by introducing collaboration in email.

What is Front?

Front allows you to collaborate with your team, stay productive, and use email and social together. Currently available on Mac, Windows, Web, and Mobile.
Front is a tool in the Team Inbox category of a tech stack.

Who uses Front?

18 companies use Front in their tech stacks, including Startaê, Homejoy, and OpenDataSoft.

14 developers use Front.

Front Integrations

Twilio, HipChat, Slack, MonkeyLearn, and MessageBird are some of the popular tools that integrate with Front. Here's a list of all 6 tools that integrate with Front.

Why developers like Front?

Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Front
Front Reviews

Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose Front in their tech stack.

Head of Product at Zulip · | 3 upvotes · 3.7K views

I use Front instead of Zendesk because even in very early beta it had gotten many of the little details of what we wanted in a customer support product right. E.g. emails look like they come from me, instead of looking like they come from a ticketing system. And they do a good job at basic workflows like assigning tickets, and having side conversations about tickets. Other features I like are their keyboard shortcuts, and canned responses (though I expect other products have those as well).

For context, the Zulip support team is roughly 1-3 people, depending on who you count.

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Front Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Front?
Respondly provides the team with laser focus on what needs attention. Using Respondly results in informed, efficient, and coordinated conversations, saves on communication costs, and ultimately results in consumer delight.
GrexIt turns your email into a powerful collaboration tool. Shared Labels automatically share follow-up emails and sent emails once they are added to the Gmail thread. Shared Labels work from all email clients like Outlook, Thunderbird, iOS, Android etc. - your shared labels would simply show up as folders on these email clients.

Front's Stats

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