Knowmail’s personalized AI platform to upgrade email productivity skills

Knowmail’s personalized AI platform to upgrade email productivity skills

Knowmail is a Personalized Artificial Intelligence (P.A.I) platform for email which may be integrated easily, quickly, and efficiently thanks to Knowmail’s API within your personal assistant skills, granting your users more value and email capabilities right inside your solution.

Our A.I platform privately and securely learns user’s email communication habits, behaviors, preferences, and usage, and in turn creates a personalized prediction model which prioritizes emails to urgent and important, as well as providing additional time-saving, productivity benefits to help your users get more of the right things done…while still using your personal assistant skill.

Values for your users:

  • Focus: help your users avoid switching between apps and solutions, as well as spending immense time on browsing through their overloaded inbox to see what deserves their attention. Knowmail understands what’s a priority and gives them access only to the most urgent and important emails and can read them aloud while saving time and keeping them in line with their priorities.
  • Get things done: besides knowing which emails are a priority, your users can actually complete them within your skill, including having additional productivity features to keep them organized, following up, and productive. Features include: read, reply, skip, delete, snooze, and predicted move (to folder) to keep emails organized.

To see examples of Knowmail platform for personal assistant skills, check out Knowmail for Alexa, and Knowmail for Cortana.

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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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