Basin is a basic form backend that lets you collect data from submissions without writing a single line of code.
Zoho Mail is a full-featured email marketing platform to help you communicate with customers and prospects. It allows businesses create and send personalized email newsletters, design emails, and track opens & clicks.Zoho Mail Integrations
Basin + Zoho MailSend Email in Zoho Mail when New Submission is created in Basin Read More...
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Triggers when a user submits to your form.
Triggers whenever you receive a new email.
Triggers every time you receive a new email matching search criteria.
Triggers once a new email is received and tagged within two days.
Draft and send a new email message.
Basin is a secure mailbox that brings together the best of security and simplicity. It is a new take on email, designed to protect your privacy and make it easy to share with anyone you choose.
Basin has been built from scratch, and has been designed from the ground up to provide the best user experience. We believe that security shouldn't be a chore, and that privacy should be something everyone can afford.
Zoho Mail is an award-winning free webmail service, which provides a full featured suite of online collaboration tools. Zoho Mail includes email, calendars, contacts, tasks, project management and real-time chat, all in one place.
Like a lot of people I don't use my real name when signing up to services like Facebook or Twitter and the same goes for things like buying online. Why would I want my credit card details or home address or phone number scattered around the internet? The solution of course is to ensure anonymity but that also opens another can of worms as it's fair to say that I'm not the only person with this problem. But what if there was a way for me to have my cake and eat it too? What if I could sign up to services without having to give away my personal details? What if I could use different usernames and passwords for each service without the hassle of remembering them? What if I could send emails without worrying about spam or who might be reading them? What if I could use a disposable email address every time I needed one? This is exactly what services like Zoho Mail are designed for. With Zoho Mail you can set up an unlimited number of addresses for yourself; each with its own password and you can even specify individual settings for each address; so you can have one address for work, one for social networking etc. In short, Zoho Mail is everything you need in an email service provider and more; it protects your privacy whilst providing you with everything you need from an email service. To top it all off, Zoho Mail is free! No fee of any kind! One thing missing from services like Zoho Mail however is the ability to send attachments. I understand why some companies insist on limiting the size of attachments being sent from their services but when it comes to something like email I find this really annoying. When I want to send someone an attachment it's usually because I want them to see it on their computer screen or print it out so restrictions like this are very frustrating. So where does Basin fit into all this? Well as soon as you login to Basin you'll notice how different it is to other email providers. Not only does it look nicer but it also makes everything much easier to do. The first thing you'll probably notice is that there aren't any folders, instead there is a list of emails in chronological order which start with the most recent. Although this may seem odd at first it makes sense when you realize that we don't usually go through our email in folders or groups but instead read everything chronologically and then delete or archive the messages we've read. Another thing you'll notice is that there is no notion of "attachments" i.e. no drop down menu saying "options -> attach files". Instead each mail has a "share" button at the top right hand corner which allows you to instantly share an email with anyone else using Basin. And here's where Zoho Mail comes in; when you click the "share" button you're instantly given the option to "share via zoho mail". It's as simple as that! Once you've chosen Zoho Mail as your shared service you'll get an automatically generated email which contains a link that will allow anyone who clicks it to view your message in their browser or alternatively they can download it using their Zoho Mail account. You can also specify how long recipients have available to view your message by choosing between 5 mins, 15 mins, 30 mins, 1 hour or 1 day (default. There are some other options available too such as where you'd like your message to be shared (i.e. public page or personal profile. or whether or not you want them to be able to reply back via email but these are pretty self explanatory and I won't explain them here (if you'd like more information click here. The final thing worth mentioning about Basin is its integration with Dropbox which means that if you choose Dropbox as your sharing service then recipients will be able to download your message directly from Dropbox which saves even more time! As someone who uses social networks quite a bit I love the idea of being able to share anything quickly without having to worry about whether or not my recipient will be able to see it on their computer screen or print it out etc. It also means that if I want to show someone a picture on their computer screen then I can simply send them an email with a link rather than having to upload it somewhere or send them a link pointing to my photobucket account etc etc etc! As well as making things much easier for the sender it also makes things a lot easier for the receiver in terms of managing email accounts etc (no more creating different emails for every social network!. It's also worth mentioning that although there is some crossover between Basin and services like Zoho Mail in terms of what they're trying to achieve, they actually complement each other nicely because whilst Zoho Mail has everything you need from an email service provider, it doesn't include all the extra features offered by Basin such as file sharing links/embeds (which allow recipients to view your messages as if they are embedded in a website e.g. http://basinapp.com/p/t1EQmvsJYcM1h_t?embed=2#t1EQmvsJYcM1h_t. or its ability to share via social networks etc. One final thing worth mentioning is that although there isn't any crossover between Basin and Google Docs i.e. Google Docs offers much more than just sending files around online Basin does have a document viewer which allows recipients to view documents quickly without having to download them which is great for things like charts, graphs etc but obviously wouldn't allow someone to edit the document itself.I hope this post has helped clarify what Basin is all about and why it's so great! In future posts we'll be looking at how we implemented Basin using NodeJS/SocketIO and HTML5 WebSockets as well as how we integrated it with various other services such as Dropbox!
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