Updated 23 May, 2013, 1:46 pm IST
Microsoft Outlook Organiser, Xobni, Launches
| by tech2 News Staff |
Xobni, (the mirror-image of 'Inbox') has launched a Microsoft Outlook add-on that organizes an inbox by relationships.
Xobni's technology, exposes the social architecture buried in every inbox, by analyzing email based on how users communicate with their contacts, how they've interacted and what files have been exchanged. The beta product was launched on stage at the TechCrunch40 conference in September 2007 and after receiving thousands of downloads switched to a private, invite-only approach.
"Xobni analyzes mountains of data and shows you what matters - your relationships, your communication habits, context around messages - information trapped in email that's often lost or forgotten," said Matt Brezina, co-founder of Xobni. "Exposing that data to people is incredibly valuable; it reveals a network of relationships that email software designed 20 years ago leaves disjointed. We connect the dots to draw a clearer picture of every aspect of your life that flows through email."
Displayed in a side bar, Xobni offers threaded conversations, people-centric navigation, easy attachment discovery, one click scheduling and email analytics.
Click here to know more about Xobni.
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