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Instantly view Salesforce leads, contacts, activities, cases, opportunities and more right in Gmail. Log emails with a click. Easily create new leads, tasks, and events. Sync Salesforce with Google Contacts and Google Calendar. 30-second install for Chrome or Firefox. 30-day free trial. *Contact and Calendar Sync are coming soon!
Installs in seconds into Chrome or Firefox. Anybody who uses Salesforce and Gmail can be up and running in less than a minute. Cirrus Insight is easy to use with an intuitive interface. It's conveniently located to the right of emails so you can instantly view and interact with Salesforce leads and contacts right alongside emails.
Very Helpful ToolMatt11th of December, 2012 13:33
I find Cirrus Insight to be quite useful in managing my work and tracking correspondence for various projects. It's a relatively small number of clicks to ensure that my emails are tagged to the correct projects in Salesforce, and thus makes my life much easier in terms of managing work. If I could change anything it would be expanding the Add functionality; currently you have the option to tag a contact and then one more level (account, project, etc), but adding a few more drop downs to allow for additional tags would be really helpful.
Very usefulSergio Correa Asmar10th of December, 2012 10:17
I have been using Salesforce for about a year and a half and Cirrus for a year. I think that this last tool complements very well what I do in g-mail and Salesforce. Cirrus makes it easy (just one click) to relate your e-mails to your Salesforce contacts and accounts and to see if one g-mail contact exists in Salesforce. The only thing I would like them to continue improving is how all their tools show themselves in the g-mail screen. Sometimes it is difficult to manage the multiple scroll bars that appear; also the contact creator for Salesforce that appears in g-mail does not show properly. Therefore, I think that Cirrus can be perfected and they have already improved a lot and I am sure they will continue to do so.
Cirrus increased my productivityMary Jo5th of December, 2012 15:31
I cannot tell you how annoying it was to submit emails to Salesforce and then have to go in individually to attach it to an object. TERRIBLE waste of time. Thanks to Cirrus I can easily submit. Now we have to take care in our naming conventions for custom objects so I can know what one to attach it to. Maybe Cirrus can add more than one field to display when searching?
Spoiled by CirrusElaine Chang5th of December, 2012 13:59
Using Cirrus has saved me enormous amounts of time for logging emails against my contacts, accounts, and opportunities. Its fairly user-friendly interface lets me log correspondence instantaneously so that I don't forget about logging emails. There are still some quirks, though: when I have multiple gmail accounts open, the app sometimes gets confused about which account to attach to. I don't always see the option to log an email - sometimes I need to close my email or log out of Cirrus and open it up again. Despite some of the bugs, the advantages are overwhelming!
Cirrus = so helpful!Christina 12th of October, 2012 03:53
Cirrus is fantastic and has cut my time logging meeting, conversation, and task updates in half. The plug-in is easy to install and intuitive to understand. I love the easy Add to Salesforce button - and that you can tag emails to certain contacts within accounts, or to certain meetings/opportunities (sales goals). Sometimes if colleagues forward me email chains, and I don't know who 3rd parties are, their emails and accounts pop up in Cirrus for a quick frame of reference and links to additional background - awesome! Only complaint is that the new Cirrus patch makes contacts popup in Cirrus every time you are composing a new mail and/or open a new mail. I don't love having to click the close icon every time, but I'm assuming they will fix this! Cheers, A Happy Cirrus User
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