Release Notes

1.1 Improved Gmail Integration, Improved New Tab UI - 2020‑05‑29

Leonardo Federico · May 29th, 2020

1.1 Improved Gmail Integration, Improved New Tab UI - 2020‑05‑29

If you're using the Pulse Browser Extension, you might noticed that it is integrated with Gmail.

When you're sending an email, the extension checks if you're writing to a recipient that works at your company.

Note: The extension only has access to the recipient, it can't read or access any of your emails.

If the extension detects that you are sending an internal email (one that includes @yourcompany.com), it will trigger a contextual dialog that asks if you wanted to proxy the email to a Pulse Stream.

Today, we're releasing an improvement to this integration. We're triggering the Gmail dialog only if you're sending to an internal mailing list.

Send email to pulse stream

Added a Whitelist

We're adding an internal whitelist of aliases that are considered most likely to be mailing lists. You'll see the Gmail dialog only if you're sending an email to one of the following addresses.

  1. team@yourcompanydomain.com
  2. analytics@yourcompanydomain.com
  3. backend@yourcompanydomain.com
  4. blog@yourcompanydomain.com
  5. content.support@yourcompanydomain.com
  6. customersuccess@yourcompanydomain.com
  7. customersuccessuk@yourcompanydomain.com
  8. design@yourcompanydomain.com
  9. developers@yourcompanydomain.com
  10. devops@yourcompanydomain.com
  11. eng-leads@yourcompanydomain.com
  12. finance@yourcompanydomain.com
  13. founders@yourcompanydomain.com
  14. frontend@yourcompanydomain.com
  15. jenkins@yourcompanydomain.com
  16. marketing@yourcompanydomain.com
  17. mobile@yourcompanydomain.com
  18. partners@yourcompanydomain.com
  19. salesteam@yourcompanydomain.com
  20. operations@yourcompanydomain.com
  21. ops@yourcompanydomain.com
  22. leadership@yourcompanydomain.com

Feedback or ideas?

Like this update or have ideas to further improve the browser extension? We'd love to hear from you. Get in touch with our team.