Sentiment Analysis Leader Lymbix Releases New ToneCheck – Spell-check for the Tone of Your Emails
New Innovation Saves Relationships One Word at a Time
MONCTON, Canada--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Just like how spell-check can save users from embarrassing spelling mistakes in emails, ToneCheck can save users from poorly written email with unintended tone. Lymbix, a global leader in sentiment analysis technology, today unveiled a new version of its ToneCheck product aimed at creating peace in the world with a brand new user interface that gives users instant feedback using the most sophisticated sentiment analysis engine ever brought to market.
"What's worse than an email full of misspelled words is an email that conveys the wrong tone. ToneCheck by Lymbix provides real-time feedback and essentially becomes a personal sounding board for the digital age"
Lymbix develops innovative technology that allows people and organizations to communicate messages clearly and accurately. With the company's advanced technology that delivers highly precise sentiment analysis, users can build better relationships with clients, prospective customers and others simply by activating the power of ToneCheck. ToneCheck determines the tone and emotional impact of words and phrases commonly used in written communication.
"What's worse than an email full of misspelled words is an email that conveys the wrong tone. ToneCheck by Lymbix provides real-time feedback and essentially becomes a personal sounding board for the digital age," said Matt Eldridge, co-founder and CEO of Lymbix. "With more business interactions taking place via email in lieu of face-to-face communication, the need to be understood clearly within written communication is critical."
Currently available as an email add-in for Microsoft Outlook, ToneCheck aims to improve email correspondence by helping users understand the implicit tone of their words before they hit "send."As intuitive to use as spell-check and grammar-check, ToneCheck proofreads draft emails and warns the author of any words or phrases that might be perceived as aggressive, nasty, humiliating or any other negative emotion. The new version of ToneCheck has a seamless integration with Microsoft Outlook and is fueled by the most sophisticated engine for analyzing words and phrases.
At its core, Lymbix is a sentiment analysis provider, specializing in understanding the emotional impact that text-based communication (words, phrases, punctuation, emoticons) have on people. Leveraging the Lymbix Sentiment Lexicon, an online database of text and emotional definitions, the Lymbix Sentiment API is available to developers for the deep understanding and analysis of text-based communications in many areas, including customer service/contact centers, social CRM applications, blogging platforms, and many more.
To download ToneCheck, please visit: www.tonecheck.com. For additional information about Lymbix, visit: www.lymbix.com.
ToneCheck's revised email plug-in scans your messages for aggressive, brash overtones
Last year, Lymbix released this so-so software that checked over your typed email messages for signs of "unintended tone." Scumbag. You know, short and explicit phrases that could easily tick somebody off. Jerk. Now, however, they've got a revised version that plays nice with Microsoft's Outlook, and rather than flooding one's screen with idiotic pop-ups that further enhance one's anger, there's a subtle bar that spans 1 to 5 in order to show a user just how hot and bothered the message that they're about to send really is. Cheapskate. Speaking of, it's actually a free download for now, so if you've been sending the wrong message time and time again, you might want to stop making a fool of yourself and hit the source link. Don't even bother thanking us, punk. Ugh.
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