Using Digitile is as Natural as a Google Search, But for Work Files, Reducing Clutter and Increasing Productivity
To enhance the lives of professionals who use cloud-based business software platforms, Digitile has integrated Slack and Gmail functionality into its cross-platform search hub, joining Google Drive, GSuite, Dropbox and OneDrive. With Digitile, teams no longer need to switch applications, remember passwords, or search through various messaging threads to find files. The shared documents are organized in one place for a 360-degree view of files scattered across disparate cloud applications. Using Digitile’s AI-powered search engine, natural language processing, keywords and unique visual experience, file sharing and version management is faster and easier, saving precious time and increasing productivity.
“Communication and collaboration happen instinctively in the business environment, but file organization is an afterthought,” said Michelle Eichner, CEO and co-founder, Digitile. “Communication tools like Slack and Gmail weren’t built with search in mind, so we pass documents back and forth, never considering how we are going to access them in the future. Digitle eliminates the countless hours spent searching email threads, Slack channels and wasted time bothering colleagues.”
According to TechCrunch, Slack has amassed more than eight million daily active users since its launch in 2014. TechCrunch also reported that Gmail has taken the lead as the largest email client with more than one billion monthly active users in 2018. As the two most popular business communication tools, the number of files shared within large enterprises is becoming more and more difficult to maintain and organize.
Digitile allows users to find the right file in seconds with its AI-powered search engine and automated tag generation feature, eliminating manual tagging. Searching for work files becomes as natural as using Google because keywords in the documents are identified automatically. For additional organization, user-generated tags can be added in bulk for multiple files that can be accessed by any team or used for a specific project. Digitile also takes a visual approach to organization. Rather than needing to remember a specific file-name, which is necessary for easy searching on Slack or Gmail, Digitile displays files as large tile-like thumbnails for quick identification.
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“Employees use all sorts of tools like Gmail and Slack on a daily basis to share their latest sales deck, marketing plan and more,” said Dennis Dayman, chief privacy and security officer, Return Path and regular investor in start-ups. “Once those files are shared, they’re often buried in long messaging chains, or are revised, placed in overstuffed folders, or even in the wrong folder creating issues with managing the latest version. The workplace needs a tool to help everyone find the right file in seconds, no matter where it’s stored.”