Intercom’s in-app messages are up to 3 times more effective than email.
Send the right messages, to the right users, at exactly the right time.
Start relationships and create lasting first impressions by letting users know you’re there to help.
Show users how to get the most value from your product, while they’re in your product.
Guarantee exposure of your most important messages. Announce new features and share significant news.
Automatically trigger emails to users when they start slipping away to bring them back.
Make it easy for users to tell you what they think about new releases, features—anything.
Start real conversations to get a deeper understanding of what your users want.
Make it easy for users to reach you, without having to leave your product.
Connect with your users through in-app messages that look and feel native to your web or mobile app.
Your complete in-app messaging solution.
Guarantee exposure for important news and announcements.
Announce product updates, educate, and retain users in-app.
Start personal conversations with users inside your app to get feedback.
Get immediate feedback on anything, at scale.
See who’s new, active, or slipping away, and create your own custom segments.
Optimize conversion by testing different message types and content.
Track and view opens, clicks, and goal conversions in real-time.
Allow customers to contact you inside your web or mobile app.
View, manage, and respond to conversations in a collaborative inbox.
Intercom’s new In-App Messenger is our favorite tool for nurturing and activating users that sign-up for ZenDoc. It beats email every time.
Robert Fenton, Founder and CEO, ZenDoc
We use in-app messages to explain a new feature because it catches the user’s attention at exactly the right moment—when they’re about to try it.
Amanda Wong, Marketing Manager, OneSky
As soon as we began using Intercom’s In-App Messenger for support, we were hooked. Having every user’s data at our fingertips helps us anticipate opportunities to make our customers happier.
Hasan Yalcinkaya, founder of Put.io