Gmail Integration with Small Improvements
Bring feedback to your day-to-day workflow.
Encourage Ongoing Feedback
Our new Gmail Chrome Extension makes it easier to integrate feedback to your work day routine – allowing your organization to better foster a continuous feedback culture.
With Small Improvements easily accessible from Gmail, you can now send praise, take private notes and begin a feedback request right from your inbox.
This way, every “thanks” or comment is captured in the moment. And every email prompting an additional note can be jotted down immediately to ensure you don’t forget.
Did someone connect you to a valuable lead via email? Maybe a teammate sent you resources that helped you wrap up a project faster?
Instead of sending a “thank you” response, take your appreciation to the next level by praising colleagues without leaving your inbox.
Take Private Notes
Every email prompting a comment or note can now be captured in the moment. With each private note, you can also include a link to the original email for more context.
This will be helpful in collecting talking points for 1:1s, establishing new objectives, and make it easier to revisit thoughts for your next performance review.
And so much more!
In addition to all our features, SI includes a free company directory as well as a browsable org chart. No need for a dedicated extra tool.
The user interface is in plain English, and all content, forms, mails and date formats can be adjusted to any language and region.
No contract lock-in
We don’t believe in locking customers into long-term contracts. We like to earn our business every month – it keeps us on our toes and ensures you’re happy. Learn more about our pricing.
Up and running in minutes
The system is entirely self-service. How quickly you want to roll it out depends on your timeframe. Either way, our support and success teams have you covered.
Loved by 700+ companies worldwide
“It’s a really great tool because you have everything in one place. I kid you not, I thought it was the godsend answer.”
Tim Sae Koo
CEO at TINT