They both work fine. No complaints really.
Founder & CEO - Fruit Street
We use all the Google Apps.
Founder & CEO - iFundWomen
We use the paid version of Gmail that allows for plenty of storage space and extended calendar features.
Founder & CEO - Sponsoo
We use the Google Suite to communicate with our national staff, to keep our daily activities organized and to schedule meetings with one another.
VP of Market Expansion - LaunchCode
We use Google Apps for our email hosting. We use Docs, Sheets and Slides all the time.
Founder & Chief Instructor - iLoveCoding
We love using Google Apps. It's the best way to get setup with email at your domain, calendar, and a shared online Google Drive.
Founder - Bamboo Supply
Google Apps is the most used tool in the team.
Co-founder & CTO - MineWhat
Google Apps is good to keep everything compiled in one area. As I am working on 5 companies, I have to take one step at the time. I have 11 Gmail accounts that I am using at the moment.
Founder - Companion Maids
Our three pillars are Google Apps, AWS and Fog Creek.
Founder - Blackbird
We use the entire Google Suite.
Founder & CEO - Instapage
And of course we run our company email through Google Apps. The best Google Apps add-on is attachment alert for when you mention an attachment but forget to include it.
Founder & CEO - Coach.me
We always have Gmail open so we talk more on Chat and Hangouts. We rarely do the bells and whistles on Slack.
Co-founder & CEO - Venngage
We put a lot of product information into Google Apps and Sheets.
Co-founder & CEO - Qordoba
We use Google Apps for scheduling and email.
Co-founder & COO - Club W
The entire company uses Google Apps every day, especially Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Calendar.
CEO - OnSIP
Google Apps is great for businesses.
Co-founder & CEO - Rollout.io
We are very heavy Google Apps users, so we use Gchat and Gmail for internal communication.
Co-founder & CEO - Priori Legal
Google Apps has been our go-to for various project management tasks. We like the automatic saving and syncing, and it’s also useful to be able to have more than one person work simultaneously in a document. It’s not the most perfect setup for project management, but we haven’t yet found a dedicated project management app that we love.
Founder & CEO - Creative Business Inc.
We use Google Apps’ Gmail, Drive, Calendar, etc.
Co-founder & CEO - Commonwealth Joe
We use Google Apps a ton for groups, newsletters, forms, etc., and for distribution of content.
Founder & CEO - Venwise
Google Apps…Let’s call this “Stacklist Headquarters.” We use Google Drive for everything—from email to file sharing to project management. Most of our projects can be easily tackled in a Google Sheet. The file-sharing options are easy and intuitive, and we haven’t encountered any issues with storage limits yet. For now, we’ve yet to come across a good argument for NOT using Google for almost everything.
Founder & CEO - Stacklist
We use Google Apps for Business for email, Google Drive and Google Analytics.
CMO & EVP of Sales - ExecRank
10%Stacklist Startups Are Using G Suite
Google Apps provides a suite of products to get work done, from email to file sharing to communication.
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