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**PRE-RELEASE: THIS IS NOT AVAILABLE YET** The Mixmax sidebar is present in Gmail and Inbox (but soon all over the web!) with the Mixmax extension installed. It's primary purpose is to show contextual information about a particular email address (though this will change in the future as more APIs are added). In the top of the sidebar it shows the selected contact, and then beneath it lists tabs of "sidebar integrations" that you have installed. A sidebar integration is a standalone website that is loaded inside an iframe that can respond to a new contact being "selected" via a Javascript API. Through the Mixmax sidebar API discussed here, you can add your own sidebar to Mixmax. This makes it possible to extend Mixmax with your own tools. Mixmax comes built-in with two sidebar integrations: * Contact profiles - lists contact profiles for the selected contact * Salesforce ([Premium](https://mixmax.com/pricing) only) - syncs the contact to Salesforce [block:image] { "images": [ { "image": [ "https://files.readme.io/73af028-Screen_Shot_2017-03-28_at_3.52.45_PM.png", "Screen Shot 2017-03-28 at 3.52.45 PM.png", 271, 469, "#3c577e" ], "caption": "The Mixmax sidebar in Gmail" } ] } [/block]