Before You Get Started
Welcome to Re:amaze! 👋
Before you dive in, we highly recommend taking a guided video tour of Re:amaze. You can find our video tutorial series here. The video tutorial will cover some topics not found in the Getting Started Guide so we want to make sure you can easily refer to them.
Step 1 - Connecting An Email Channel
Email channels allow you to communicate with your customers via email within Re:amaze. Each email channel is linked to an auto-generated Re:amaze email address (ex. email@example.com), which can be used to send and receive emails out of the box.
If you have an existing email address th...
Step 2 - Inviting New Staff
Adding more staff members is a great way to get acquainted with Re:amaze's notifications system and message distribution system. Each staff member can easily receive notifications for incoming messages and customize their own experience inside the Re:amaze dashboard.
To add a new staff user, cli...
Step 3 - Connecting Social Media Channels
An important part of offering great customer support is to be able to connect with customers whenever and wherever they are. This can mean connecting with them through your Facebook Page, Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and Twitter accounts.
Facebook Page and Messenger
Facebook Page comments, Pa...
Step 4 - Creating Your Avatar
Customers want to know who they're talking to and interacting with. Being professional yet personal is a key element of success in customer support.
Re:amaze is great at helping you be transparent about who you are and what your brand represents. When you reply to customer messages, Re:amaze app...
Step 5 - Adding Your Signature
Your signature represents who you are and what your role is at the company. It's important to set up your signature before you start conversing with customers.
To add a signature, click on the ⚙️Settings tab and click on Personal Settings then Signatures. You may add your desired signatures here...
Step 6 - Implementing Autoresponders
People need sleep right? Or maybe the occasional office field trip? Big matters aside, it's simply polite to let customers know that you've received their message and will be getting back to them soon. A simple, short, and friendly auto-responder will do wonders for your customer support. Avoid l...
Step 7 - Adding Response Templates
Response templates, also known as canned responses and sometimes as macros, is an efficient way for your support staff to reply to high volume messages.
Any staff member can create and edit response templates that are shared across your support team. We recommend using response templates to quic...
Step 8 - Third Party Apps
Re:amaze is more amazing when you connect third-party apps you're already using.
Some of our top apps are:
To connect a third-party app, click on the "Settings" tab and go to "Apps & Integrations". If you use any of the services l...
Appendix: Email Forwarding from a Google Group
Follow these simple steps to set up email forwarding from your Google Apps email to your Reamaze channel address:
Some recent changes to Google Groups have made it harder to set up email forwarding to 3rd parties like Re:amaze. One unique issue is the enforced footer of the e...
Appendix: Email Forwarding from Gmail and Google Apps
Step By Step
Login to your designated Gmail account or Google Apps email account by going to https://mail.google.com/ or whichever domain you use.
On the top right hand corner of the screen, click on the gear icon right underneath your name to bring up a menu list. Select Settings.
Click on the ...
Appendix: Email Forwarding from Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft Outlook / Office 365 Forwarding
Login to Office 365
Click the Mail tile.
Click Settings (gear icon in the upper right-hand of your screen).
Under My app settings - Click Mail.
Under the "Forwarding" heading, select Start Forwarding
Paste in your Re:amaze...
Appendix: Email forwarding for Zoho Mail
Zoho Mail is a great email provider that many businesses use for support purposes. Here are the steps you need to take in order to set up forwarding into your Reamaze email channel.
Locate the settings menu for your Zoho Mail account in the top right hand corner of your dashboard and look for th...
Appendix: Forwarding emails from your GoDaddy account
Forwarding emails from your existing GoDaddy email to a Reamaze mailbox:
Note: If you don't have a GoDaddy email address or would simply like to setup a forwarding account, please click here to see instructions.
Login to your GoDaddy account management screen and click on the "My Accou...
Appendix: Transitioning from Zendesk to Reamaze using Zapier
The question we get asked almost on a daily basis is: “How do I transition over from Zendesk without doing a massive import?” and “How do I test Reamaze out while keeping all my tickets in Zendesk?”
When we answer this question, we always make sure to tell the customer first and foremost that we...
Ideal setup for proper email lifecycle
Re:amaze works best when each staff user/agent is registered and has their own email addresses connected. Each staff user should respond from their own emails to the notifications sent by Re:amaze. Re:amaze takes care of routing emails properly back to the original customer.
Here's what a potent...