Classify Email Campaign Responses

Classify Email Campaign Responses

Get notified for important responses, automate common replies, and aggregate insights in one place.

Classify Email Campaign Responses

Why bother?

Receiving responses to your email campaign is great. Sifting through dozens of declines or out-of-office notices and potentially missing positive replies is not.

Processing answers to your outbound emails without clear prioritization creates an inefficient mess. Manually answering uninterested people takes away valuable time from more relevant prospects. Assessing the performance of email campaigns is hard if responses are not classified in a meaningful way.

Levity puts an end to this inefficient process.

How? The integration continuously runs in the background as you're doing your regular routine. As your prospects interact with you, Levity tags their responses based on what they say and how they say it. Choose tags like “interested”, “uninterested”, “call request” or create your custom categories.

Based on the tag, you can choose to answer manually, automatically, or get notified of urgent requests. The classified responses are aggregated in one place, so you can get detailed insights on your campaign's performance.

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Streamline outbound email campaigns and collect actionable insights

Manually answering negative responses takes time
Automate polite replies to uninterested prospects
Interested leads require quick answers
Get notified of relevant responses
Interested leads require quick answers
Aggregate insights in one place to learn from them

Automate what you couldn't automate before

Levity starts where rule-based automation ends
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Save Time

Automate large parts of your outreach efforts

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Give interested prospects the attention they deserve

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Assess and improve campaigns

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