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Customer Relationship Management Tools

Published 12/11/2009 and rated Ratingstars4 4 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
What can you use the app for? is an online CRM (Customer Relationship Management) application for groups and organizations. It allows multiple users to track communications with clients and employees, providing for collaboration in near real-time. The application uses a shared contacts database, so when anyone adds a contact it is available to all other users. The account owner can designate users as administrators, which allows add and delete control of data and users, or designate them as regular users.

Each user has a dashboard, where they can see a history with summaries of their recent activity as well as their upcoming assigned tasks. A user can assign a task to any other user, which can be changed by an administrator if necessary. Tasks are divided into categories, such as phone call or email. All communication between users and customers can be tracked. In addition, each user has a contacts tab, where they can view all the contacts in the database, and a tasks tab where they can see a complete overview of their assigned tasks. Users can add notes to tasks, so that other users can see, for example, what has already been discussed with a client before calling them. Users can also conduct a search of all notes for given keywords.

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What is the history and popularity of the app? was founded by Lucian Baciu in August 2009.

What are the differences to other apps?

Competition to comes from sites such as and Both of these sites offer a similar product to Salesforce is the largest solution on the web, and offers compatibility with many other applications, while the site offers a service more similar to Timetonote. is also a more complicated application, with one of the advantages of Timetonote being its simplicity.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

The Timetonote site has a very Web 2.0 look and feel. The site is clean and uncluttered, and quite responsive. There is a minimum of links on any given page, and the user interface is quite intuitive. Navigation is accomplished through a convenient top menu bar, where each users has tabs for Dashboard, Contacts and Tasks. There is also a Search Notes dialog on each user page on the site. There is no advertisement displayed on the site.

How does the registration process work?

Registration at is free and is required to use the site. The registration process asks for first and last name, username, email address, password, company and time zone. Validation of the email address is not required.

What does it cost to use the application?

No premium membership is currently offered, and all features of the site are available to free registered users of the site. It is not clear what future pricing is planned for the site.

Who would you recommend the application to? is recommended to any organization or company that needs to manage communications with multiple customers or clients by multiple users. The site has many applications, that extend beyond simple CRM, such as tracking orders, advertising campaigns, customer service activity or helpdesk activity. The site provides a simple, easy to use application that is powerful and flexible.

  • Track all contact between users and customers
  • Support an unlimited number of users and contacts
  • Track emails, phone calls, meetings, faxes and any other types of communications
  • Users have a Dashboard where they can view a summary of their recent activity
  • Contacts database is shared among all users along with activity, so a given user can see at a glance what communications have taken place with a given client
  • The service is currently free, future pricing plans are unknown

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