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  • That's wonderful feedback! Will share with the rest of the team. Thanks :)
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  • great work as usual mannu and team !
    A few comments:
    1. I dont think exposing the sender's tags is a good idea, as tags are sometimes 'private' i.e one may or may not want to expose how he/she tags a particular mail. For instance I tag/classify my class assignments by my professor's name, now i would not want my professor to know this. Similarly for personal mails this could be a little dicey.

    2. do have a look at alto mail by AOL. its a total new approach to mails. I hope you will like it.

    Again, congrats ! and well done :)
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Ozchi24 2013 Student Design Challenge Final Presentation, Team Fast Five Ozchi24 2013 Student Design Challenge Final Presentation, Team Fast Five Presentation Transcript

  • September, 2013 Before OzCHI24
  • Design the future of email
  • This is not an interface level change.
  • This is not an interface level change. The change is in the basic structure of email.
  • October, 2013 After OzCHI24
  • October, 2013 After OzCHI24 With the assumption that our solution is already implemented
  • Martin’s mail-box
  • He gets down to mailing Fast Five about the results.
  • Based on the sender and mail’s content, the system suggests him tags. He can select tags from these or add new preferences
  • Meanwhile in India…. Fast Five awaiting the results..
  • Mannu receives Martin’s mail.
  • He also gets a list of Martin’s tags for the mail. He can select those tags or add new ones according to his needs.
  • Tags will get carried forward to support collaborative management. The user still has the flexibility to edit those.
  • The mail gets added to the previous thread with the same tags.
  • A thread is a collection of emails having the same tags
  • Now lets say Mannu wants to send a new mail to fast five regarding preparation.
  • He starts typing “Oz..” in the “to” field and starts getting suggestions based on the prior conversations.
  • The mail gets appended to the old thread with tags “#ozchi” and “#presentation”
  • Clicking on any of the tags displays all the threads having that tag.
  • Selecting anyone of those results in a view of the entire thread like this.
  • Threaded arc is used for easy visualization and navigation of the mail in one thread. Quick details of one mail can be accessed by hovering over its circle.
  • As the mails keep adding on to the thread Threaded arc will help in keeping the navigation simple and clean
  • As the mails keep adding on to the thread Threaded arc will help in keeping the navigation simple and clean
  • As the mails keep adding on to the thread Threaded arc will help in keeping the navigation simple and clean
  • As the mails keep adding on to the thread Threaded arc will help in keeping the navigation simple and clean
  • Future implications
  • Reminders / Calendar Sync
  • Mails with reminder tags are synced with calendar.
  • Visualization Mode
  • My Threads
  • My Threads Threads can be easily visualized to understand their structure to make navigation easier.
  • Testing our concept out
  • What if this concept was applied to a set of 100 emails from our existing Gmail accounts?
  • The results showed that with tagging, 100 such conversations were grouped, restructured & reduced to 40, 31, 10, and 22 threads (horizontal bars) respectively.
  • The average length of a thread being 5.2 messages. The average maximum length of a thread was 33.25 messages.
  • This system therefore gives a threefold benefit
  • 1 De-cluttered mailbox
  • 2 Better organization and management of mails
  • 3 Faster and more efficient
  • It is a radical change in the structure of email.
  • It is a radical change in the structure of email. It is the future of email.