Noteleaf Instantly Prepares You For Your Meeting

Noteleaf Instantly Prepares You For Your Meeting

Noteleaf uses basic Artificial Intelligence principles to "read" calendar entries and relevant client data, keeping you abreast of everything you need to know prior to essential meetings.

Stephen Fortune
  • 25 march 2011

NoteLeaf is a notification service that combines data from your Google Calendar and LinkedIn accounts to provide you with all the info you need prior to a meeting.

Noteleaf ups the ante on traditional notification services by using machine learning technology to read your calendar entries and build you a mobile profile of your meeting, complete with LinkedIn profile and work history of the person it guesses you’re meeting with.

The app supplies a comprehensive “dossier” which gives you a crash course on the background of the person you’re just about to meet. Anyone who has wrangled with searching Gmail on the iPhone can attest to the fact that it’s not the type of activity to be done in a rush. Thus the features provided by this app, such as the ability to instantly call up recent conversations with a contact, are worthwhile improvements.


[Via Richard Banks: Making Meetings]

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