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The Copper iPhone app, what's it good for?

  • 14 May 2022
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Hi. I’m new to Copper following a long search for a CRM that fits our business.

Having settled in with the desktop app I moved on to the iPhone app and I’m struggling to find much utility in it -- how does everyone use it? - what am I missing?

For example, there is no Gmail mobile app add-on for Copper (unlike Pipedrive and others) so if a new potential customer emails me with an opportunity I’ve got to wait till I get back to the office before I can process it in Copper.

How do you folks handle this? It’s a bit of a show stopper and I’d really appreciate some guidance.

 

Considering Copper is supposed to be the premier Gmail-aligned I’m amazed and disappointed that it can’t talk to the Gmail iPhone app.


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Hi @MudMan, thanks for posting! And great question.

How exactly you use the app will depend on your use case. But generally, these are the most common uses I hear of:

  • Accessing the Task list, especially for tracking follow-ups
  • Quickly updating Opportunities or contacts
  • Viewing activity logs. For example, if you’re meeting with someone you can quickly check when the last touchpoint with them was.
  • Replying to comments / @mentions from your colleagues
  • Accessing associated files (soon to be associated automatically!)
  • Using Copper email templates and merge fields
  • Assisted call/SMS logging*

*On iOS, if you initiate a phone call or SMS from the Copper app, you’ll get a prompt to enter any notes and submit. Some folks also use audio transcription so they don’t have to type anything at all.

We have more information on the mobile features here.

 

You mentioned this:

if a new potential customer emails me with an opportunity I’ve got to wait till I get back to the office before I can process it in Copper.

You can add them through to mobile app. You would have to copy/paste their email in, but once they’re in it will automatically sync their emails. And you can add associated Tasks or Opportunities from the mobile app.

To your point, there’s no add-on for the Gmail mobile app. So you do have to open the Copper mobile app separately. I’ll pass your feedback along to the Product team.

 

Let me know if that’s helpful!

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