Streak updates
Streak updates

Saved views in the Streak iOS app




Streak’s mobile app for iPhone and iPad allows you to access your CRM and Gmail inbox on the go.

We recently added the ability to access and use your saved views in the mobile app on iOS devices.

Saved views you to filter, sort, and group your pipelines to see which opportunities need your attention the most.

For example, you can use saved views to quickly find:

👤 Leads assigned to you

👻 Contacts with no interaction in 7 days

🗓️ Deals closing this week

📍 Properties or clients in a certain region

⭐ High priority deals

👁️ Customer segments based on email tracking engagement data

Learn more in our blog.

New: Add people to a mail merge from their contact card

It’s now easier to add contacts and organizations to an existing mail merge.


Just look for the email icon next to a contact or organization, select "Add to Mail Merge," and choose which mail merge you’d like to add them to.

You can find contact cards:

  • in the Streak sidebar next to an email conversation that's been added to a pipeline
  • in your pipeline view
  • in the box view
  • in the contact sidebar

Once you create your mail merge, add new recipients to the email sequence each time you need to reach out to new leads, get feedback, ask for reviews, or in any other scenario that requires outreach.

Learn more in our blog.

Introducing link tracking: track clicks on links in your emails




Link tracking in Gmail gives you valuable insights by showing you when a recipient clicks on links in your emails.


Tracking links in your emails will show you:

  • Number of times your recipient clicked on links in an email
  • Which links were clicked during each email view
  • When they clicked links in your emails
  • What type of device they were on when they clicked a link
  • Where they were located, if available, when they clicked a link

Link tracking is included in Streak solo, pro, and enterprise plans.

Learn more about tracking links in our blog.

Changelog: iOS fixes and updates




We recently launched a completely new version of our iOS app. This included new layouts for iPad and iPhone, as well as new functionalities in the app.

Since launch, we’ve been busy pushing out a few fixes to make the experience smoother and more intuitive.

Using an Android device? We have an app for that, too.

Recent updates

✔️ Tasks assigned on creation Similar to the desktop version of Streak, you’ll be assigned to any tasks you create by default. Change the assignee to any of your teammates to assign the task to them.

🔗 Tappable URLs URLs and email addresses in box fields weren’t tappable, but have been fixed so you can navigate directly to the link destination.

🗂️ Box field order For consistency, box fields are not arranged according to the order they’re set in the Streak desktop version.

💬 In app feedback The send button for in-app feedback wasn’t working - but this has been fixed and we want to hear from you!

🗑️ Deleting boxes This version fixes a bug where deleting boxes could sometimes fail.

🖊️Gmail signature preview You can now preview your Gmail signature in the app settings.

📥 Empty mailbox placeholder The app sometimes showed an empty mailbox placeholder when it shouldn’t in the mailbox view. This has been fixed so you’ll see the correct

📫 All Mail mailbox The All Mail mailbox wasn’t functioning in our iOS app, but is back in action.

Email tracking, design updates, and new features for iOS app





We completely revamped our mobile app for iOS, giving it tons of new features, updated page designs, and UI improvements. It’s chock full of new functionality on both iPhone and iPad devices.

🎁 New features and functionality

  • Email tracking from your mobile device
  • 3-column layout on iPad
  • Today view on iPad
  • Create a complete box in one step
  • Edit mode
  • Quickly add call logs and other content
  • Add an email to multiple boxes

🔍 Faster and more comprehensive searches

  • Search contacts and boxes together
  • Scan results faster
  • Saved recent searches

📐 New page designs

  • Single page design in box view
  • Recent activity section
  • View stages in a list
  • Higher pipeline density
  • Improved tasks view

👀 Accessibility settings

  • Better legibility
  • Dark mode support

Read more about these updates and how you can use the iOS app on the go in our blog.

Download the iOS app or Android app today.

Archive mail merges





Is your mail merge list getting out of hand? You can now archive mail merges that you're not going to use again.

Just open the mail merge from the list on the left-hand side of Gmail and click the "archive" button in the top right.

Improved performance updates




We recently updated our data infrastructure to significantly improve Streak’s performance. This means Streak is able to process updates and edits to your data faster and without delays known as contention.

Visit our blog for more background on how Streak stores data and details on this change.

Mail merge with follow-up: New features & fixes







We launched our most-requested feature (ever!) three weeks ago: mail merge with automatic follow-up.

Although we did extensive beta testing, we always hear great feedback when we release a new product out into the world. We worked quickly to fix bugs and implement new features based on the feedback we received.

Mail merge new features & updates:

Duplicate a mail merge. You can now duplicate your mail merges. This is a great way to set up an A/B test or create a similar mail merge with a few edits.

✏️ Edit active mail merges. To edit the message in an active mail merge, open it in the “Active” mail merges list and click the pencil icon in the upper-right corner.

👩‍💼 Include internal recipients. You now have the option to include recipients from your own company in your mail merges. Previously, Streak would automatically exclude any recipients with the same domain (i.e. as you.

👁 Remember email tracking preferences. Your mail merges and follow-up messages will use the email tracking setting that was applied when you created the mail merge.

Mail merge fixes:

🏢 Use contact’s address as a variable. Streak wasn’t pulling the location data from your contacts, even if their location was filled out. This has been fixed so you can use the "contact addresses" variable.

↩️ Mail merge reply detection improvement. A small number of our customers noticed that Streak was delayed in detecting a recipient’s reply to their messages in a mail merge. We’ve since fixed this issue so your reply data is up-to-date.

Show magic sparkles for magic columns in recipient dropdown. We forgot to add our favorite sparkles next to the “Email Addresses” option in the recipients tab. Though a small oversight, this helps you understand that these email addresses are coming from a magic column in your pipeline.

📂 Sections in left-nav menu stay open or collapsed after refresh. Streak will now remember whether you had Gmail menu sections (like Mail, Pipelines, and Mail Merge) open or closed so they’ll stay in the same opened or closed state after hitting refresh.

Read the full blog post to see details and examples of each update.

Email follow-up sequences are here!




Major Feature



We’re excited to announce our most requested feature ever: automatic email follow-up.

We built automatic email follow-up sequences right into mail merge so you can hit the ground running without installing or learning a new tool.

These updates allow you to:

📧 Schedule automatic follow-up sequences if your recipients don’t reply

➕ Add recipients to existing mail merges as needed

🔍 See if anybody on your team has already emailed your recipients before hitting send

📊 Compare the performance of your mail merges and pick winning messages

📤 View and manage your 24-hour rolling email send quota

Learn more and find video tutorials in our blog.

Coming soon: mail merge with automatic follow-up




Major Feature



We’ve been working hard to launch our newest feature: mail merge with automatic email follow up.

We’re getting close to the big launch and wanted to share some inspiration for your very own email sequences. Today on our blog we discuss the art of the sales breakup email, which is a final email in a sequence of outreach to a sales prospect.

The breakup email is a strategic move in sales prospecting that can help you move on to better prospects, or it could be the spark you need to rekindle the relationship.

Head over to the blog or read our Twitter thread on breakup emails to find the email template and a few tips you can use to break up with your prospects.