WriteThat.name is now available as a Chrome extension, thus enabling users to grab and add contact info found anywhere on the web to their address book, their CRM or in Evernote
Paris, 26 September 2013 – WriteThat.name, the online service that automatically updates address books by scanning email signatures is now available as a Chrome Extension. This new release means that anyone can grab contact info anywhere- for example on a contact us page- and import it directly into their address book or download it to Outlook, save it in Evernote, Salesforce or any other CRM.
The Chrome extension is available on the Chrome Web Store. Pre-released to WriteThat.name premium users just a week ago, the extension has already been installed by over 800 people and has racked up a number of 5-star ratings!
This new version of the product will prove very useful for sales and marketing people looking for new contacts on the web, but also to find the right person to get in touch with for a new job etc.
“The use cases for WriteThat.name’s Chrome extension are endless, and I feel that expanding the magic of our product to the entire web is a big step-up to open up to an even wider audience!” says Philippe Laval, CEO of WriteThat.name.
- The WriteThat.name Chrome Extension is available for free, without registration and provides up to 42 contact updates.
- To benefit from more than this initial amount, users can register for a free WriteThat.name trial here.
- Existing WriteThat.name users enjoy the extension as their current subscription allows for no extra cost (freemium 10 contacts/month, premium 300 and maxpower unlimited).
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