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Title: GrexIt  
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Subject: Collaborative software
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Type Private
Industry Collaborative software
Founded 2011
Headquarters Palo Alto, California
Products GrexIt
Website .com.grexitwww

GrexIt is a software firm that releases a collaboration software of the same name, notable for its market presence in the field of email-based collaboration. The product, GrexIt, is a software as a service application that helps organizations collaborate from their email inboxes. It helps teams share email conversations and work together on sales, Support, Hiring, Project Management and Operations.

The core of GrexIt's functionality is Shared Labels in Gmail, with which users can share and sync email conversations with their colleagues using labels in their Google Apps email. They can also add email conversations to a shared email repository that is hosted with GrexIt, and is easily searchable and browsable.


GrexIt’s Beta was launched in 2011 with a small set of features focused on helping companies collaborate without having to leave their email inboxes. GrexIt was then publicly launched in 2012.[1]

As of October 2012, it competes with other similar products like Basecamp, Zendesk, Streak and Huddle.

See also


  • Techcrunch: GrexIt turns Gmail into a Social Task Management System
  • Citrix: GrexIt - getting knowledge out of email inboxes
  • Betakit: GrexIt launches to bring collaboration tools to business users inbox
  • R&D Magazine: GrexIt launches email collaboration for Google Apps Users
  • TheNextWeb: GrexIt launches Shared Labels for Gmail users
  • GigaOm: Build a shared knowledge base from your inbox with GrexIt


  1. ^ Finley, Klint (October 2012). "GrexIt Turns Gmail Into A Social Task Management System".  

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