Thanks to the feedback from our power user community, we’ve further enhanced Clamr! 2010 with the ability to broadcast text to recipients who do not have email address entries in Outlook 2010. Now, you can reach out to your customers and clients strictly through a mobile channel. Keep the great ideas coming everyone!
We also wanted to wish everyone a Happy Holidays! The support from the user community has been tremendous and we hope each one of you have a great, safe holiday season.
Did you know that you can manage how many Google Voice activities you retrieve in Clamr 2010?
Open Clamr! Options … and set ‘Earliest Retrieval Date’ to the earliest date of the Google Voice activities you need. This is a really helpful tip if you have a ton of Google Voice messages and activities and would like to optimize Clamr to work with the relevant activities and messages.
You can also use Earliest Retrieval Date to load a time range of Google Voice activities and messages to export to Excel. Simply set the date to the earliest date of the time range and then open up Clamr Activities to export to Excel all your retrieved messages and activities.
Huge improvements in performance, new features and a new look!
We took all the feedback from our user community and took our list of priorities and delivered version 2.0!
A full release description comes tomorrow with updated documentation, but here’s a list of highlights …
- A completely redesigned look and feel and experience. We’ve delivered real-time text messaging inside a revamped Clamr! phone. Now when you text or call a contact, you see all the activities you’ve done with them on your Google Voice number (including messages and voicemails) on the phone as well.
- We’ve added a feature called Clamr! Call Sense where a user can select an email thread in Microsoft Outlook and extract all the telephone numbers automatically and present them inside Clamr! Phone to call or text. And since the Clamr! Phone now shows messages for numbers or contact selected, you’ll see the text and calling conversation that took place alongside your email conversation. Very cool feature.
- We enabled attaching a file through Clamr! to a single recipient text (file storage and delivery are free when you subscribe!)
- We completely redid the Clamr! Broadcast text scheduler and removed the dependency on the Outlook calendar which significantly improved performance and reliability.
- We now handles multiple sign-in with Google Voice which was a limitation in version one of Clamr! 2010. Now you can have multiple sign-in activated on your Google Account and Clamr! 2010 functions perfectly.
- And lastly, a billion optimizations.
Oh yeah — the best part. We refactored and lowered our costs and we’re passing them on to you. Get a 1-year subscription to Clamr! 2010 now for $4.99. That’s crazy cheap.
I’m seriously excited about this release today. This is a must-have for Outlook 2010. Get the best communications service right where your contacts and emails are …
The best calling, texting and file transfer solution for Outlook 2010 just got even better. We’ve just released a new version of Clamr! 2010 that allows you to use Gmail Chat as your phone for calling! No need for a separate phone number – e.g. Skype, mobile, desk – and no reason to leave Outlook 2010 and your keyboard in order to actually take the call.
Download the latest version of Clamr! 2010 on the Download & Buy page. Install the new client and service. Enable your Gmail Chat (click the photo to go to the Gmail Chat instructions site) and then set your forwarding number in Clamr! 2010 Options to “Gmail Chat — email@example.com”.
Now all your calls will be handled with Gmail Chat (for free, we might add) and you can use your computer speakers and microphone to handle your calls.
Also — for those of you who use non-US date formats locally … we now support non-US date formats as well.
Enjoy the sweetness of Clamr! And stay tuned as we add more features and functionality …
One of the great benefits of using the Clamr! Add-in within Microsoft® Outlook® 2010 is the ability to send text messages using my keyboard. Most of the day, I tend to sit in front of my computer focused on programming or replying to emails. Now, if I hear a text message arrive on my phone, instead of picking it up, I can view the message within Microsoft® Outlook® 2010 and reply without ever going to the phone or using that tiny keyboard. Clamr! has made me much more productive when I am at my desk. Try the Plug-in for yourself let us know what YOU find most useful.