- Needl – a cross-platform application that lets you search your local file system and accounts.
- Needlel can be integrated with
Gmail, Soft, Google Driveand more.
- It is available for Windows and
Have you ever had trouble finding a document and can’t remember if it was shared on Gmail, Slack or Skype? Needlel, allows you to search across your multiple accounts and helps you find a required document in seconds.
Google, MSN, Bing, DuckDuckGo, and other search engines help you find information on the web, but it’s hard to find documents, emails, messages, and meeting times from your own. accounts.
Needle is a cross-platform application that allows you to search your local file system and accounts such as Google Drive, Gmail, Google Calendar, Slack, Skype, etc. The free version of Needl is available on Websites, Windows and Mac and allows you to connect only one account per integration. In the free version, you’ll get limited access and standard integration with Slack, Gmail, Notion, Google Drive, and Calendar.
If you need more features and integrations like Jira and Linear, you have to pay $10 per month, which gives you multiple accounts per platform and 24/7 customer support.
How to use it?
Needlel is easy to set up and use, once installed it will ask you to connect your accounts like Google, Slack etc. Once done, you can easily search for files, events, emails, and more across all those accounts and your local file system. Additionally, you can filter your search by messages, files, events, emails, and tasks.
The app is also handy with different shortcuts to navigate the app. Moreover, you can also customize the view to get more contextual information.
Since this is data and access to private accounts, the company specifies that all information is stored on an AWS server and uses SSL to encrypt the data during transit and 256-bit AES encryption at rest. Furthermore, Needl claims that “we will never sell your data”.
Max Keenan, Angela Liu and James Liu are all founders of Needl and alumni of
The company has raised $2.5 million from various investors. Needl was rolled out to 200 users in a closed beta in August, and now the company is making it available to everyone.