Attachments.me, the startup that promises to take the pain out of searching through email attachments, is gradually ramping up the services that it’s offering to users: from today, it has an option to automatically file your attachments to specific folders in the cloud. And it has also expanded support to include Box, which now joins Dropbox in its list of supported cloud storage partners. → Read More
How much time do you waste trying to find pictures or documents that were sent to you as email attachments? If creating a product around a consumer “pain point” is what startups are supposed to do, then attachments.me is tackling a pain point almost everyone has. Foundry Group certainly thinks so. Today it announced that it invested in the startup. What it didn’t announce was the size of the… → Read More
Searching Gmail for attachments is basically awful. Because everything in Gmail is so text-based, searches yield results that are also text-based. But what if there was a Google Image-like search option for attachments? And what if it was one that had a social element to better filter results? That’s essentially what Attachments.me is building.
Currently, the service works with your Gmail… → Read More