About Hey

Hey is a smart inbox that works with Gmail to help you focus on what matters. An email is more than just an email - it contains information, has attachments, and your interaction with it is more important than how it was sent by its sender. Hey gets rid of all the distracting ads, promoted messages, social notifications, and newsletters so you can only see emails from people who matter most to you
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  • Industry: Computer Software
  • Company size: 2-10 Employees
  • Used Daily for 1+ year
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Reviewed on 7/4/2022

Like having a Virtual Assistant 24/7

I'm really happy with it and I don't want to get back to any other provider or app. Just the convenience of getting rid of non-important email right away is like magic.


Getting rid of all transactional Amazon or other companies emails is just incredible. At first it takes time to set up and have it running smoothly, but as soon as you have it, it's like having a VA cleaning up your email all day!


For people who don't check email everyday I think Gmail is better because it's easier to deal with old emails. Also the search bar is kind of confusing.

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