What is Front?
Front allows you to collaborate with your team, stay productive, and use email and social together. Currently available on Mac, Windows, Web, and Mobile.
Front is a tool in the Team Inbox category of a tech stack.
Front is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Front's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Front?
28 companies reportedly use Front in their tech stacks, including tools, Omnipresent, and Linear.
37 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Front.
Slack, Gmail, Trello, Twilio, and Shopify are some of the popular tools that integrate with Front. Here's a list of all 21 tools that integrate with Front.
Pros of Front
It's the most professional email application I've seen
Great agenda organization with time tracking and snooze
- Campaign Management
- Document Management
- File Sharing
- Project Management
- Task Management
- Time Tracking
Front Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to Front?
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