A reply to mailbird

Recently, mailbird had invited me to give some localization suggestion, so I just gave them, now I post here for memo:P Hello, Christin Baumgarten, sorry for the delay, below is my suggestion for mailbird. Third-party app integration Unlike other countries, in China, because of Tencent, which is the biggest IM software company, most working people will love to talking about the work in QQ or Wechat, so some new app like slack is hard to get success in China. Working IM app There’re two most popular IM apps in China, one is Enterprise WeChat which is developed by Tencent, another is Ali Dingding which is developed by Alibaba, yes, Alibaba. By the end of Dec.2015, the number of the companies who had registered in Enterprise WeChat was more than 600K, the total user number in Enterprise Wechat was more than 10 million. By the end of Nov.2015, the number of the companies who had registered in Ali Dingding was more than 850K. So I think if an email client in China wants to explore the market, you have to consider these two giant company. It was a pity that Enterprise WeChat haven’t the web version; you may have to wait for some time. But the Ali Dingding have the web version so that you can integrate this into your app market: https://im.dingtalk.com/ Cloud Store Hmm….You know, because of the 「great」 invention—–GFW, people in China can’t use the excellent services like Google search、gmail、dropbox via the normal way, so this integration is useless for most of the Chinese. So you can consider integrating with the popular cloud store services in China.   Baidu cloud store: http://yun.baidu.com/ jianguoyun: https://www.jianguoyun.com/ 360 cloud store: https://yunpan.360.cn/ Collaboration Haven’t I seen you integrate with the app like Trello or Basecamp? Maybe there is some difficulty exist? Anyhow,…