Introducing the new Polymail Mac app!

Brandon Foo

Our goal at Polymail is to help professionals and teams communicate effortlessly, and we’ve had the incredible opportunity to help tens of thousands of people to improve the way they work every day.

Earlier this year, we rebuilt Polymail from the ground up to bring users a faster, more reliable user experience and powerful new features like Advanced Search, Sequences, and Calendar. Today, we’re excited to announce these updates (and more!) are now available on the all-new Polymail Mac app!

Here’s a highlight of all the major updates, new features, and improvements in the new Polymail Mac app:

Advanced Search

Polymail’s new and improved Advanced Search helps you find what you need in snap. You can now use advanced search parameters to filter conversations based on certain conditions. For example, use “from:” to find all messages from a specific contact, or “is: unopened” to find messages that haven’t been opened by their recipient.

You can even combine multiple search parameters with regular keywords to drill down and find the exact messages you’re looking for!

You can learn more about using Advanced Search in this article.

Command Center

Quickly perform actions in Polymail without using your mouse! Use ⌘J on Mac (CTRL+J on Windows) to pop up the Command Center, then type the action an action like “Read Later” or “Follow Up”.

With the Command Center, you can also use natural language to more easily schedule custom Read Later, Send Later, or Follow Up times. For example, try entering “thursday at 3pm” or “2 weeks from now” when scheduling a Read Later or Follow Up Reminder.

You learn more about using Command Center in this article.


Sequences help you connect with more prospects, clients, or customers by sending a series of automated outreach and follow-up emails.

With Sequences, you can create a series of personalized emails that send to multiple recipients automatically. If a recipient doesn’t respond to the first message, they’ll automatically be sent the next message in the Sequence, and so forth. Detailed reporting and analytics provide insight into when and how recipients open, click, and reply to your outreach emails.

You can learn more about Sequences here.


Polymail Calendar helps you schedule meetings instantly with your own personal calendar page. By sending your calendar page to recipients, they can see when you’re available and book a meeting with you in one click. Polymail Calendar syncs in real-time with your Google and/or Microsoft calendars to know when you’re available so you’ll never have to worry about double bookings!

Per-message Tracking History

Get more context when viewing conversations - you can now view the message tracking history on older individual messages in a conversation!

Per-account Mailboxes

If you have multiple email accounts connected to Polymail, you can now filter all mailboxes in the left sidebar by a specific account. For example, you can do this to view the Archive or Trash of only one of your accounts.

Pop Out Messages

You can now pop out individual messages in a conversation into their own window if you need to quickly reference multiple messages side by side!

Company Info

Contact profiles, found in the right side bar, now display a contact’s company information and social links, when available.

Updated Keyboard Shortcuts

We’ve made a few updates to Polymail’s keyboard shortcuts. You can read more about the new keyboard shortcuts in this article. You can also view the keyboard shortcut guide while using Polymail by pressing ⌘/ on Mac (CTRL+J on Windows).

Improved Speed & Performance

We’ve made dozens of updates across the app to improve Polymail’s overall user experience, syncing speed and performance. There’s too many to count here, but trust us - you’ll notice the difference!

The new Polymail Mac app is available today, and can be downloaded here. We’d like to thank everyone who helped us get here, especially our beta testers and users whose feedback continues to help us make Polymail better every day.

We’d love for you to try the new Polymail and let us know what you think. If you have questions, feel free to check out our Help Center or reach us at

Thanks again, and looking forward to your thoughts!


Brandon Foo

CEO of Polymail

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