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Now HEY means business, too

Take our groundbreaking email service, add a special collection of work-specific features, and you get HEY for Work; business email designed with your whole company in mind.

an email discussion in HEY with private comments
use private comments to discuss emails with your team
sending an email in HEY using a custom domain name
send and receive email with your own custom domain
a shared thread in HEY
thread sharing makes showing and sharing possible without cc’ing and fwd’ing
a Collection in HEY
collections help you collaborate on multiple threads in one place
an email in HEY that was sent to an Extension
set up group email aliases in seconds
the team management screen in HEY
multi-user support lets you manage everyone’s account in one place

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Bring your own domain name

With HEY for Work, we’ll host your company’s email on your own domain name. When your company switches to HEY, your employees can keep their existing email addresses. It’s a seamless transition from the outside.

A common thread, not a tangled ball of yarn

Lots of work emails are group emails. And not everyone's involved from the start. As you add teammates at different times, people end up with different versions of the same conversation. And sharing a thread often means forwarding a long, indented mess that’s challenging to read.

Then, if you want to have a side conversation about an email, you have to start another thread, or jump off into another tool. Now stuff is scattered. Pretty soon you have a big tangled ball of yarn.

Not anymore. With HEY for Work, you share threads with co-workers without cc’ing or forwarding. Everyone involved sees the same version of the thread in one place. Plus, you can have private inline discussions — all on the same page and without anyone on the outside knowing. So much better!

Learn more about Shared Threads >

a shared thread in HEY with inline private comments
Share threads with teammates.
Comment privately and keep
the entire story in one place.

Collections wrangle complex conversations

Complex, multi-thread email conversations happen all the time at work.

For example, when we applied for employee life insurance, we ended up with 63 emails over 7 different threads. Have you tried sharing dozens of emails across multiple threads with co-workers? Or attempted to hand off an email-based project to another team? It's borderline impossible, and legitimately painful.

HEY for Work fixes this by letting you add multiple threads to a single Collection — automatically organizing the entire conversation on one page. Sharing the Collection with someone instantly grants them access to everything without forwarding, cc’ing, or ruining their day.

It’s a revelation in sharing, reading, and working together — and it’s only available in HEY for Work.

Learn more about Collections >

a Collection in HEY

sales@, support@, press@...

HEY for Work lets you add email “extensions” like sales@, support@, info@, etc. in seconds. Emails sent to these addresses can be delivered to anyone in your company — including multiple people — or forwarded to an external address. They’re great for group work, and they even support private comments so you can discuss or collaborate on responses prior to replying.

Extensions in HEY for Work


Is HEY for Work for me if I work solo?

It absolutely works if you work solo, but HEY for Work’s collaborative features really shine when you have co-workers. But, if you see yourself growing by adding a second, third, fourth, or 50th employee down the road, getting going for HEY for Work from the start will make the future a lot easier.

If we use HEY for Work, does our whole company have to switch?

Yes, everyone at your company needs to switch to HEY for Work for their email. Why? Because of the way MX records and email domain hosting works, you can’t host corporate email across multiple email providers. The same is true for G Suite/Workspace or Outlook — every employee needs to use the same email provider if their email address has the same domain name (, etc).

If we switch to HEY for Work for email, can we still use Google Calendar, Google Drive, etc?

Yes, absolutely. HEY for Work only hosts your company's email, but if you maintain a subscription with Google, your company can still use Google Calendar, Drive, etc. Not a problem. You can even add calendar invites and events directly from within G Suite, and they’ll still come from your email address with your domain, even though your email is hosted on HEY.

Can we import all our old email if we switch to HEY for Work?

HEY for Work doesn’t support importing old email from other services. Your email addresses remain the same, but otherwise HEY is a fresh start. Other email services allow you to export your emails, so you can always have access to old stuff locally if you need it.

Does HEY for Work have a free trial?

We don’t offer a free trial of HEY for Work, but you can try the personal version of HEY for 14 days for free. HEY for Work is the same version, with a bunch of extra great features layered on top. We do, however, give you 30 days to complete the HEY for Work setup and switchover process, so you’ll have plenty of time to get everyone ready to make the switch.

How much does HEY for Work cost?

HEY for Work is $12/month/person. So if 7 people work at your company, that’s $84/month total (7 people x $12/month = $84). Take a look at our pricing page for additional details. At this time we only bill in US Dollars.

Can I upgrade from HEY to HEY for Work?

HEY and HEY for Work are separate products with separate accounts that you manage individually. You can’t upgrade/downgrade one to the other, but you can have both (or many).

What happens when I add another person between billing cycles?

Adding or removing seats will be reflected in your next bill.

What if I have more questions?

Send us an email at and we’ll help you out.

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