Kwaga: Search for Email

January 30, 2011

Kwaga provides a solution for mail overload with semantic linguistic technology that works inside your email to recognize and organize the things you need to do.  That means if you have forgotten to answer an email with a request/question, or if someone has neglected to respond to one of your requests/questions, Kwaga will figure this out and remind you. “Kwaga’s Gmail Smart Reminders available in the Chrome Web Store” announces the extension’s availability through Chrome.  I haven’t tried it myself (a Firefox user), but it has gotten some excellent reviews.  If you use Chrome/Gmail and would like to try it out, you can get Kwaga free at the Chrome Web Store.

Alice Wasielewski, January 30, 2011



One Response to “Kwaga: Search for Email”

  1. Brad Patterson on February 1st, 2011 1:30 am

    Hi Alice

    Thanks for sharing this. I’ve used kwaga for a half year now and really like its intelligent features.

    I would like to note that I actually made the switch from firefox to chrome tempted by ads I saw in the subways of Paris (fastest browser) and then to test out Kwaga. I’m glad I did. I find the interface and functionalities much cleaner and fluid when compared to firefox.

    Funny… I kind of resent that I’m moving deeper and deeper into the google world of “everything for free… as long as there’s advertising”, but honestly their products are great.

    My two cents. Try chrome. You can import bookmarks/passwords/ etc and the plugins are becoming quickly rampant. And if you try chrome, your first plugin should be Kwaga. 🙂

    Cheers, brad

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