'Send via Mailplane 3' Share Extension
Mailplane’s new share extension allows users to share files, urls and text from various applications (e.g. Photos, Pages, Numbers, Safari, TextEdit, etc.).
Todoist is a popular to-do list and task manager. With Mailplane you can easily create tasks based on Gmail conversations.
OmniFocus is a great “Getting Things Done” tool and with Mailplane you can easily create tasks based on Gmail conversations.
Print Dialog: Mail PDF
Mailplane provides a print dialog action to send a PDF from any application.
iWork / Office
Unfortunately, 3rd party applications like Mailplane aren’t allowed to support the Share > Email functionality in iWork/MS Office anymore. Below you’ll find a short description how you can work around it and still share iWork / Office documents easily via Email.
Alfred (v.2.0.3) and later supports Mailplane 3 out of the box.
It’s very easy to create a new to-dos based on email conversations. Most importantly, Things creates a to-do that links back to the Gmail conversation.
Remember and track your email conversations with Evernote.
LaunchBar uses service menu items as actions. Here’s how you can create an email w/ attachments from Launchbar 5:
AppleScript is a scripting language built into MacOS. It is primarily designed to exchange data between applications in order to automate repetitive tasks. See more here.
Terminal.app comes pre-installed and you’ll find it in Applications > Utilities.
Service Menu Items
Access Mailplane’s service menu items from any application to send messages or search your inbox.
GrandTotal, an invoicing application for designers, lets you email your invoices.
Mailplane's URL drag and drop works great with Alarmsapp.
Fantastical sends events through Mailplane.
BusyCal can send meeting invitations through Mailplane.
BusyContacts can send messages to contacts or cards through Mailplane.
Lyn, a fast and lightweight image browser, lets you directly email pictures.