Breakdown Of What Issues Voters Care About

As a follow-up to our election polls, we sent exit polls on Election night (November 6, 2018) to our users who had voted earlier that evening. Similar to other exit polls, we asked our Mei users “What issue do you care most about?” and provided 20 options, aggregated from several popular polls.

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Mei Users Can Now Opt In To Anonymous Polling

In our latest release, we added the ability for users to opt in to anonymous polling. Polling is something we’ve been planning for some time and we believe it’s an incredible way for knowledge and opinions to be shared. We describe our vision in full detail on our website.

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Mei Now Offers Reminders

With so many things competing for our attention, it’s easy to overlook a message or forget to respond to someone. We’ve all unintentionally let this happen before and our relationships have suffered unnecessarily. Sometimes it only takes one missed text, intentional or not, to ruin a relationship.

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Mei Now Senses if Something is Different

Is the person you’re chatting with behaving differently than they normally do? With our latest release, Mei introduces an anomaly detection feature that alerts users if she notices abnormal behavior from either the user or someone they’re texting. AI or algorithm will never beat people when…

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Mei Gets a New Look…Colors

With our latest release, we’ve added the ability to change colors and color themes in Mei. Color personalization was by far the most requested feature in our beta feedback. We were planning to implement this later but prioritized it given the overwhelming feedback. And users were right, it makes a BIG difference.

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Mei Starts Offering Texting Advice

From the start, users have asked us to give texting advice. We’ve been focused on building diagnostic tools first because frankly, it’s hard to give good advice. It’s tough enough for people to give other people texting and relationship advice because everyone’s different and may want different things.

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