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Revolutionize Your Email Inbox with EmailTriager: The ChatGPT-Powered Email Assistant that Drafts Replies for You!

As a musician, your inbox is likely overflowing with emails from fans, booking agents, and record labels. Keeping up with all of these messages can be overwhelming, but now there's a solution: EmailTriager, the chatbot-powered email assistant that can draft replies for you automatically. With EmailTriager on your side, you'll be able to stay on top of your email and focus on what matters most - your music.

AI has come a long way, thanks to ChatGPT. You know ChatGPT, right? It's this super smart language model from OpenAI that's killing it in all sorts of areas. People love it because it can hold real human-like conversations. Seriously, it can generate text, summarize long paragraphs, and even translate languages. It's a beast. And now there's EmailTriager, a ChatGPT-based email assistant that can automatically draft proper replies to your emails. 

You know how emails are the first thing most of us check in the morning... and how we end up spending so much time every day dealing with them? It's like, the main form of communication for most of us at work. As an artist, you will also get quite a few emails, and the time it takes you to answer these emails is time away from doing the things that have a higher priority (making music, and time with your family/loved ones). 

Well, a survey by Adobe found that the average employee spends about 3 hours per day on emails, and a study by the McKinsey Global Institute says we spend 28% of our workweek on emails. That's a lot of time. But EmailTriager can help. It uses AI to draft replies in the background automatically, so you can focus on other stuff. It's a game-changer, trust me.

EmailTriager is a serious time-saver, developed by Kevin Yang. It's super convenient and doesn't take as long as other models to generate a reply. Plus, you don't have to install a chrome extension or anything - it even works on your phone. All you need to do is tell the assistant how you want your emails handled. Just specify the type of reply you want for certain kinds of emails. And unlike other email triaging solutions, EmailTriager doesn't make you wait around for a reply. It works in the background and keeps a draft ready in your inbox.

Simply tell EmailTriager what to do in plain English:

"For emails asking to get coffee"

"Politely tell them that I'm busy till january"

And drafts will magically show up in your inbox, ready to be sent.

Kevin Yang even made a tutorial video showing how easy it is to use. Let's say you want to generate a reply for all the people asking you to grab a coffee. All you have to do is write two things in plain English: the type of email you want to reply to (in this case, all the emails from people asking you to grab a coffee) and the kind of response you want to send. The assistant will do the rest and have a reply ready for you to review and edit before sending. It's seriously so convenient.

Managing all your incoming emails can be a total pain in the butt. But with EmailTriager, you can save yourself a ton of time and effort by letting it control your emails and generate smart replies for you that will sit in your drafts folder for review. The email assistant is still in its early stages, so the pricing hasn't been decided yet, but if you're one of the first 100 to sign up with your email, you can get early access. Trust me, EmailTriager is going to be a game-changer in the tech world. It's definitely worth checking out.


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