x.ai is perfect--it allows me to easily schedule meetings when I am trying to reach out to someone. It’s a personal assistant and it saves me a lot of time. It allows me also to choose the location of the meeting, for example, if it’s over the phone or Skype.
Founder & CEO - Bonbouton
We tried x.ai early, but it didn’t always work well.
Co-founder - Simple Fractal
Amy & Andrew are quite new--I’ve only used them for a couple of months. You set up an account and it connects to your Google Calendar or whatever calendar you use. Then you set up your settings. In an email, I can CC Amy and write “I’ve CC’d Amy who will set up a meeting for us in the afternoon next week”. Their AI system will read “anytime next week in the afternoon” and emails you (not me) available times. You can email Amy to get a full calendar review for the week. One time someone cancelled on me twice, and Amy tried rescheduling them with me, but I told her to not do that. There are clearly humans on the backend trying to fix things when my request is unusual. It would be interesting to see how much they charge; at the end of the day, I could have a good part-time virtual assistant for about $200-400 a month. I could hire someone who will learn my preferences and be more personable. Amy isn’t smart enough to schedule meetings in locations nearby if they’re next to each other, like a human would.
Founder & CEO - Pixc
Amy is awesome. She saves so much time.
Co-founder & CEO - Process Street
We tried Amy from x.ai. You need the enterprise platform to schedule and coordinate across many things. It was better than other AI scheduling tools we tried.
President - MU/DAI
I would never put Amy on an important meeting. She is not reliable. She isn’t that smart. The algorithms aren’t good. AI is a function of a really large data set. She’s been messing up locations, or making sure that I call the customer instead of my customers calling me, like putting my number in an email. I should be calling my customers, not them calling me. She doesn’t understand instructions like “Amy set up a call with a customer, I will call them.” That will not happen. So, I give her low impact meetings. Amy is kind of cool. It’s a novelty almost; she takes off some of the work. I've had to do a lot of rework on her things to make sure it's done right.
Founder & CEO - Kahoots App
Amy from x.ai still needs a bit of a personal touch. I tend to use Amy for when someone is reaching out to me for scheduling.
Co-founder & CEO - Gorgias
I don’t use x.ai that often, mainly because it’s not a real person, which sometimes can actually make scheduling harder.
Co-founder & CEO - Neurotrack
We love using x.ai for scheduling. Amy is amazing! Big props to Amy!
Founder & CEO - Brick & Portal
One of my favorite tools to use is our product, x.ai. You can save a lot of time on pinging back and forth with people to set up a meeting. Our whole team uses it, internally and externally. I never schedule a meeting, even with team members, without Amy. I just copy Amy, send, and I’m done. Amy does all of the work of scheduling for me.
CEO & Founder - x.ai
This virtual personal assistant tool almost completely eliminates back and forth emails scheduling meetings.
Co-founder & CEO - Truman James
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