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We say “no” to duplicate messages

May 14th, 2017  |  Published in examples

[Coming in version 2.4.1]

We all want good commuter data…and we love it when the commuters pitch in and share it.

However, nobody wants to notified multiple times about the same issue.

When people press the Send button, our algorithm does a real-time check to see if the message appears to be a dupe.  If our technology determines a likelihood, the user sees this:

 

 

The sender has 3 choices 

  1. Send the message “as is”
  2. Edit the message
    (and then send it)
  3. Cancel the message

 

 

 

 

 

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