Draft:Drag App

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Drag App
IndustryCollaborative software
FoundersDuda Bardavid
Nick Timms
Area served
ProductsDrag Chrome Extension

Drag App is a collaborative software company that turns Gmail into a collaborative workspace for teams. It was accelerated by Techstars Boston.[1] and has been featured in a number of technology publications such as Inc. Magazine[2], Lifehacker[3] and Mashable[4]


The company was founded by Duda Bardavid and Nick Timms. [5] Duda has an engineering background and completed 1 year of the MBA Program at MIT Sloan School of Management.[6] Nick has previously founded Whoisvisiting.com (SaaS), ReplyUp.com (SaaS) and BEAF (Innovation agency), showcased on Fox News.[7]

Drag was launched in 2018 and has an average rating close to 5-stars on the various platforms where is it listed.[8][9]


Drag is built in JavaScript and CSS. Upon installation, users connect the plugins to their G Suite account via OAuth and do not share their password with the program. It can be found in the Chrome Web Store.


  1. ^ "10 Teams Revolutionizing B2B SaaS, Applied AI, Healthcare and Marketplace - and 10 years of Techstars Boston!". techstars.com.
  2. ^ "8 Innovative Productivity Tools You Probably Haven't Heard Of". inc.com.
  3. ^ "Gmailの全メールをタスクリストに変身させる拡張機能「Drag」". lifehacker.com.
  4. ^ "12 Chrome extensions that are pretty much guaranteed to improve your inbox". mashable.com.
  5. ^ "Drag App Adds an Extra Level of Organization to Your Email Inbox". venturefizz.com.
  6. ^ "Meet MIT Sloan's MBA Class Of 2020 - Eduarda Bardavid". poetsandquants.com.
  7. ^ "Task and Ticket Management + Team Collaboration Comes Together As a Shared Inbox in Gmail". markets.businessinsider.com.
  8. ^ "Drag Pro Launch". producthunt.com.
  9. ^ "Drag Reviews and Pricing". capterra.com.

External links[edit]

Category:Google Chrome extensions Category:Techstars alumni Category:Collaborative software

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