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Simply reply to an email every day to update your team
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Product management bot for daily stand-up meetings on Slack

Hey! I'm your new team assistant.

I'm here to help you and your team do daily async follow-ups.

I connect to your Slack, talk to your team and will give you a sweet dashboard with reports, metrics, and search.

*Totally free! no monthly fees, no subscriptions, no surprises!*

Priyanka Mukherjee
Priyanka Mukherjee- Product Manager
You know grandma how you have to wake up every morning and write those refrigerator notes of tasks that need to be completed... and you put it on the refrigerator so everyone can see... this tool is like that refrigerator for us at work.. we write notes and provide updates on our tasks... and instead of sticking it onto the refrigerator, we put it up on this… See more
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Point helps you quickly write messages. It learns from your writing and provides sentence and email suggestions in real-time.
The best part? Minimal setup required thanks to our AI.
Other benefits? You can quickly teach your teammates how to reply to emails.

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The Next Web
Google already lets you reply to emails quickly in Gmail and Inbox by selecting from a bunch of suggested responses in their mobile apps - but if you're looking for something a little more substantial, EasyEmail might be worth a look.
Despite wave after wave of startups vowing to kill email, electronic mail has never been stronger. It seems the best way to live with emails is to let AI steal the job of writing them. EasyEmail, emerging from Y Combinator's latest batch, is aiming to get inside your inbox and help you naviga...
Filip Twarowski, Lambert Chu, and Matthew Huggins have decided enough is enough when it comes to wasting time responding to emails with repetitive questions. Their startup, EasyEmail, is able to suggest phrases and autocomplete sentences in the drafts of your emails, saving you time writing them.
It can be hard to start an email, but it feels even worse when you're going insane after sending the same canned response to a question for the ninth time this week. If you'd like a little help replying to the messages in your ever-growing inbox, EasyEmail uses machine learning (along with your email data) to auto-generate potential replies you're too lazy t… See more
The Economist
IT IS a classic startup story, but with a twist. Three 20-somethings launched a firm out of a dorm room at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2016, with the goal of using algorithms to predict the reply to an e-mail.
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The simple, lightweight alternative to team status meetings.

Celebrate what you accomplished this week!
What Got Done is a simple, lightweight tool for sharing progress updates with your teammates. At the end of each week, write a short summary of everything you got done. It sure beats boring status meetings.

Michael Lynch
Michael Lynch- Founder and Developer
That's an exact description of my tool, What Got Done. It's free to try the weekly updates, and you can get the email digests in the Pro version.
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At my last job, status meetings with my manager were outstandingly efficient. He never ran me through the typical drill of listing list off everything I did since our last meeting. Instead, we jumped right to the meaty topics of career growth, team development, and challenging technical problems. How did my manager have the right context so that we could ski… See more
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