Product tour

Concept inbox helps creative teams, start-ups and developers communicate and collaborate on creative works.
Take a look at the product tour to discover how Concept inbox can help you.

 

Apps and integrations.

A creative collaboration environment is always challenging and usually changes over time.
The integration of different tools is key to dealing with any client and process.

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Use Concept inbox together with your favorite tools

Share creative works from Concept inbox with your preferred project management or collaboration tools, and every time you upload a new version, the shared files will be updated automatically across all of them.

Supported tools: Basecamp, Flow, Flowdock, GitHub, Hipchat, Jira, Redbooth, Slack, Teamwork and Trello.
We're continuously adding new integrations- feel free to contact us if you need a specific one taken care of.

Concept inbox on your desktop

Concept inbox works 100% within any modern browser on different devices, and needs no installation. If you prefer to have Concept inbox on your desktop for faster access, it's also available on Windows 8 and Chrome OS stores.

Concept inbox for tablets

Concept inbox works on iPad and most Android tablets directly from the browser.
We've created Android and iOS applications with some features that improve the mobile experience like notifications and touch controls.

Share anywhere

Create and embed prototypes in your online portfolio, create public projects and share the link on your website to get massive/anonymous feedback- the possibilities are endless with Concept inbox.

Dropbox and Google Drive integration

Connect your Dropbox or Google Drive accounts in seconds to be able to add files from the cloud easier than ever.

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