See Knowmail’s personalized AI platform right within your Microsoft Teams

See Knowmail’s personalized AI platform right within your Microsoft Teams

Knowmail’s Artificial Intelligence platform for email gives you an easy way to add a valuable AI layer to your solution/s including devices and products and can greatly enhance an application, as can be seen with our Microsoft Teams bot.

Knowmail’s personalized AI platform (P.A.I) was integrated within Teams as a bot thanks to Microsoft’s Bot Framework, making the process easier, faster, and more efficient. The bot works just like a contact would within the application yet with powerful AI capabilities: it learns individual’s communication habits, and in turn can provide the user office productivity capabilities including (but not only) access to their most urgent and important emails right within Teams, along with the ability to read and reply directly. Of course, any action taken is synced with the full inbox.

After adding and connecting Knowmail’s Teams bot to your account, you initiate it by a quick question (typing) “Do I have any urgent emails?”, and attend the bot’s responses as prompted to move forward and complete such priority emails – a very valuable capability which both helps focus on the right emails, as well as avoid distractions by being able to attend them without having to switch back and forth to your inbox.

If such benefits can be gained as a Microsoft Teams bot, imagine how Knowmail’s AI platform (and broader capabilities) can enhance your very own solution and provide your users more value.

To summarize, Knowmail’s P.A.I platform gives solution providers a simple, quick, and efficient way to add Artificial Intelligence for email capabilities within applications, devices, products, and more.


Stay tuned for additional Knowmail bots announcements, or learn about our AI platform, try our Teams bot for yourself, or leave your details above and we’ll get back to you.

Eran Abramson
Eran Abramson

Eran Abramson has vast background in entrepreneurship, marketing, and content and is an editorial contributor at Knowmail, while also contributing tech and industry related coverage at ReadWrite. VentureBeat, LifeHack, and more.

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