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@mention someone in an email when composing

When I @mention someone in an email, I would like the user's contact to be automatically added as a recipient or at least given the option to tag them in the body to make specific call outs.
over 1 year ago in Composer 7 Backlog

Include To, CC, BCC fields as part of message template

Add recipient fields to message templates so they can be used repeatedly as well.
almost 3 years ago in Message templates 0 Backlog

Ability to create tables in the composer

Ability to create and edit tables in Front emails (currently you can only paste a table)
about 3 years ago in Composer 2 Backlog

Include tags in message templates

I'd like to be able to add related tags to the message template as well, so that when I use it within an email reply, the tags are automatically added to the reply (based on the template) and I don't have to spend time doing that separately.
over 1 year ago in Message templates 0 Backlog

Ability to recall an email

Ability to cancel & retrieve an email after sending
about 3 years ago in Message headers / metadata 0 Backlog

Format paintbrush - Ability to copy paste formatting

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about 3 years ago in Composer 2 Backlog

Ability to duplicate message template

Ability to copy message templates.
about 1 year ago in Message templates 1 Backlog

Ability to assign a discussion when composing it

Ability to assign a discussion while composing one, instead of having to do it after sending it.
10 months ago in Internal discussions 0 Backlog

Drag & drop attachments from Front emails on Mac

Currently, it's impossible to drag&drop attachments from Front to external applications (such as Google Chrome, Drive etc.) on Mac. It is possible on PC but not on Mac. This is a huge productivity killer and therefore will make a very big impa...
6 months ago in Attachments 0 Backlog

Keyboard shortcut: jump to top of conversation

A button or shortcut to jump to the very first email of a conversation