Mago makes it easy to get the full 360 degree picture of your business and your relationships. A big part of this is a detailed history of all your interactions. Mago automatically records most actions you take within the app and, by enabling inbound email integration, Mago will automatically import emails that are sent and received outside of the app as well.
This process is very straightforward for the vast majority of email providers. Google, on the other hand, has introduced a few hurdles. Don't worry, these are easy to overcome, it's as simple as turning on a setting on your gmail/gsuite account.
If your email ends with @gmail.com:
If you use a custom domain and GSuite:
Sign in using an administrator account
If you use 2-factor Authentication
This means that, in addition to your password, you need to use a unique code that is generated by an app, texted to you, or you use a hardware security device you need to touch to log in. You will need to create an app-specific password. If you don't do these things ignore this section. Otherwise you will need to set up an app-specific password:
Once you are finished, you won’t see that App password code again. However, you will see a list of apps and devices you’ve created App passwords for.
Gosh! This sounds Scary! Less Secure Apps? More Vulnerable? Not Recommended? Is this a good idea?
Not every app does a very good job of securing passwords and since the passwords are stored behind the scenes, rarely do you know when your information is insecure. Google is correct that OAUTH is marginally more secure than well-protected passwords, but they are mainly warning of apps that do very little to protect your data.