— iIT-Services

Archive
Business

Several tools can help to check the risk for your emails to be qualified as SPAM.

Microsoft Smart Network Data Services (SNDS)

SNDS is a free service Microsoft offers to senders that provides high-level insight on how subscribers rate the email they receive as well as the health of an IP address as viewed by the Outlook.com system. SNDS provides data based on actual email sent to Outlook.com subscribers. The metrics include:

  • Spam complaints
  • SmartScreen filter results
  • Spam trap hits

SNDS data can help improve your understanding of how the Outlook.com filters and users rate your email: sendersupport.olc.protection.outlook.com/snds.

Mail-Tester

Free tool to check newsletter’s and email’s SPAM score and quality: mail-tester.com.

Read More

iA Writer offers a unique writing experience that lets you concentrate and clarify your message. Its powerful interface is crafted to cut out noise, let you focus on what you want to say, and help you structure and trim your text. Available for Mac, iOS, Windows, and Android: https://ia.net/writer.

Read More

Powerful suite of software to run entire businesses with 45+ integrated applications. With Zoho one can manage, connect, and automate business processes across whole organizations: zoho.com.

Read More

Automated transcripts and translations in 40+ languages: https://sonix.ai/.

Read More

Capture, edit, and share audio and video. Descript is an all-in-one audio and video editor that makes editing as easy as a doc. Upload media or record directly in Descript to instantly transcribe your file into text, then tweak the text to directly edit your media clips. Edit out filler words and silent gaps with a single click. Record your screen and webcam for presentations and video messages and edit out mistakes before publishing. Export your project to other pro apps: descript.com.

Read More

Extract key data from your emails, automatically. Integrates directly with any major email provider, tell Mailparser what data to extract and where to send it: mailparser.io/integrations.

Read More

I was wondering, how can I add vertical line metrics to a horizontal bar chart or box-plot in Excel, as for example shown below in a box plot.

This is explained, step-by-step, in the tutorial that can be found here: https://www.exceldashboardtemplates.com/step-by-step-horizontal-bar-chart-with-vertical-lines-tutorial/.

Read More