When we think about sending SMS directly from our existing Excel sheet where details are stored in different columns, then MSG91.com, a bulk SMS sending platform provides an Excel SMS Plugin, which makes your job simple. You can create your SMS by merging various columns in your Excel sheet. Our Bulk SMS Excel Plugin allows to deliver custom messages to every recipient.
For example, if an Insurance Company wants to make its customers remember about premium due date, it may send customized bulk SMS by including the name of each recipient with his Premium amount due date and payment due date.
Bulk SMS Excel Plugin Installation
Download MSG91.com SMS Excel plugin and save the file in your hard disk. After that, double-click the program file on your hard disk to begin the setup program and follow the instructions.
How To Use Bulk SMS Excel Plugin
- Once installation is done, you have to launch Microsoft Excel. A latest toolbar with buttons will be shown.
- On that toolbar, if you are after a proxy server, you can fix your setting by clicking the “Proxy settings” button.
- To deliver a message, select the New “Send SMS” button.
Features of Bulk SMS Excel Plugin
1. Select sender IDs from drop down menu.
2. Send customized SMS to contacts from any excel sheet.
3. Send extended SMS of upto 459 characters.
4. Schedule an SMS to be delivered at a later date or time.
5. Shows preview for every number before delivering.
6. easy to use menus and buttons.
7. Get sending reports by date.
8. Simple to make templates for customized bulk SMS.
9. Quick and correct, can work on back ground mode means multi threading and multi tasking.
10. It supports versions of Microsoft Excel 2000, 2003 and 2007.
Send bulk sms via google spreadsheet
By using a Google Spreadsheet present within "Google Docs" or "Google Drive" you can deliver SMS directly with just a few clicks through the "txtNation SMS", which is Google approved Add-on. If you have your data to deliver SMS in an Excel spreadsheet, Open Office, Neo Office spreadsheet, and Libre Office, just use the "File upload" attribute in Google Drive, or copy and paste the data directly into a new or current Google Sheet.