Categorize email by content

Upgrade your inbox with custom email tags

Train your custom AI model to automatically analyze thousands of emails, based on historic patterns.

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Why bother?

People use email for work. A lot. But not every email is equally important or falls into the same category. So it’s no surprise that it’s often a common source for information leakage and manual processes.

Email classification can bring clarity to the process by tagging messages according to their type. For example, a message might be classified as “confidential,” “urgent,” “personal,” – or by department or customer.

You could set up rules for that (and you probably have) but that is cumbersome and error-prone.

Levity empowers users to assign value to their Microsoft Outlook or Gmail messages, by applying the label a human would add. This way, the days of chaotic team and "info@" inbox are over.

With our system in place, you decide what happens next: Automatically forward to Jessica, mark as read, move to a folder, or snooze for later.

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Bring clarity into your inbox

Too many emails, too little time
All inbound, outbound, and internal emails - processed automatically
Inconsistency in communications happens daily
Establish better control with your custom rules
Emails are content, context and user specific
Bring human intervention in only when needed

Automate what you couldn't automate before

Levity starts where rule-based automation ends
The next wave of automation software

Limited manual handling

Let the machines do the work

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Scaleability

Handle vast quantities of data in seconds

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Simple label process

Fully customizable to reduce unnecessary complexity

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