Last August, e27 exclusively reported Milkbasket’s pre-Series A fundraise from Chinese VC firm Lenovo Capital and Incubator Group Milkbasket, a daily grocery delivery service headquartered in Gurugram in India, has closed US$7 million in Series A funding, led by Kalaari Capital. Singapore-based BeeNext, and existing investors Unilever Ventures and Blume Ventures also participated. The company is going to […]
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Gmail got a much-needed visual refresh and some clever new features recently, including Smart Compose and a snooze button for incoming messages. But did you know that the revamped interface also supports user mentions, à la Twitter? When you’re composing a new message or a reply, you can insert anyone’s email address in the body by entering the @ symbol, followed by their name. For example, @Abhimanyu will bring up a list of people in your contact list with that name, and choosing any of them will add a mailto link labeled with their name. When your recipient clicks that… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Gmail,Twitter
Luma Health today announced the closure of a $6.3 million funding round for its messaging tool that helps doctors reach patients. The platform sends appointment reminders, of course, but it can also ask and answer questions on a doctor’s behalf via SMS messages. Last month, Luma Health launched its automated bot offering — called Care […]