Ask a question, get an answer: This tool allows users to ask questions, and it provides responses based on the knowledge you "teach" it. It functions as a knowledge repository.
Works with any app: The tool can be integrated with various applications, including Google Docs, Notion, Confluence, and more. Users can "teach" it to work within the specific tools they use.
Add it to Slack or as a website widget: The tool is versatile and can be integrated into Slack for internal use or added as a widget on a website for both internal and external use.
Automatic scraper: Users can easily scrape information from their public help center or API documentation with just one click. This makes it simple to teach the tool new information.
Private by design: Data stored in this tool complies with SOC2 standards for data security. It's designed to prioritize privacy and is not used to train ChatGPT. There's no need to provide API access to your tools.
This tool can be added to Slack, providing support teams with an efficient way to find relevant information and draft responses. It assists in resolving customer inquiries and issues more effectively.
When added to a website, help center, or API documentation as a chat widget, it empowers end-users to resolve queries directly. This feature can help deflect common support requests, reducing the workload on support teams.
When integrated into Slack, the tool is a valuable resource for sales teams. It offers instant answers to questions such as product capabilities or document templates. This can enhance sales efficiency and provide quick access to critical information for potential customers.