Let’s imagine that you have a Biopharma Business feed and want to track updates about drugs treating cancer. Let’s train Leo to read this feed and cut through the noise for you.
You can see a preview of all the articles that Leo has recognized as related to pharmaceutical drugs and cancer. These articles will be prioritized in your feed.
Now, you can do the same with psychoactive drugs. Let’s say you want to prioritize articles that are at the intersection of psychoactive drugs and mental health.
Leo will continuously learn and get smarter as he prioritizes articles about pharma drugs or recreational drugs, letting you focus on the topics and trends that matter to you.
After two months of Leo utilization, I can say that he saved us two of the three hours that we needed weekly to do our job, with the same or better quality. Really performant. Good job and long life to Leo
Jessyca Duer, UnitedHealth Group
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We are excited to see many Feedly users declutter their feeds and dig deeper into the topics and trends that matter to them. Sign up today and discover what Leo can do for you!
If you are interested in learning more about Leo’s roadmap, you can join the Feedly Community Slack. 2020 will be a challenging year, but by staying informed, you can respond better and remain in control.
Leo can already learn what you like to see and refine your Feedly. Now, he can mute or prioritize COVID-19 as well. And he does it across tens of millions of trusted sources.
It works just like Leo’s other prioritization parameters such as keywords, topics, and events. ‘Coronavirus’ and ‘COVID-19’ are just two of the terms he recognizes. Leo takes into account a variety of the virus’s other names, too, like SARS-CoV-2.
Once you give Leo a priority, you’ll get a specific view of how your industry is reacting to the pandemic. Then just save the most interesting publications in your Feedly Board.
You can mute or prioritize one feed, or every feed, and those feeds can be personal or spread across your team. It lets some team members focus on COVID-19 news if they need to, while others look beyond it.
Here’s a few examples to show how Leo’s coronavirus filter might work for you. After all, the virus is impacting every sector, whether you’re in retail, cyberspace, automotive or pharmaceuticals…
COVID-19 and biopharma
You’re a drug development director looking for news and insight around cardiovascular disease, and how COVID-19 is affecting this research.
Let’s imagine you have a Cardiology feed in Feedly, and you’re following multiple science and medicine journals. Hit ‘Train Leo’ in the top left toolbar. You can prioritize COVID-19 subjects by entering it as a topic.
The publications displayed are now all about coronavirus and cardiology.
You’re part of a large tech company. Security threats may have emerged during the pandemic, buried by the noise online.
Do the exact same thing. Click ‘Train Leo’ and enter COVID-19 as the topic.
You can see the most recent coronavirus-related publications from your sources in the preview. Choose whether to filter by Entire Content or titles that explicitly contain COVID-19 or its aliases.
New threats to your business can then be spotted and prepared for.
COVID-19 and retail
You’re a business intelligence analyst searching for COVID-19’s effects on stores and brands around the globe. Retail, one of the most disrupted sectors, is under intense scrutiny. The prioritization feature can help here too.
With a Retail feed, you’ll preview countless pieces of content that tackle this subject.
Again, just create a Leo priority around COVID-19.
And that’s it. You have a feed at the intersection of two subjects, with plenty of room for more priorities and further refinement.
You might want to look past COVID-19 instead, and keep it out of your feeds.
Muting is just as easy. Click ‘Train Leo’ and scroll to ‘Mute Filters’. Type in COVID-19. You’ll see a message asking which Feedly feeds you want to remove it from.
If you’re interested in learning more about Leo’s roadmap, join the Feedly Community Slack channel. 2020 will be a challenging year, but by staying informed, you can respond better and remain in control.
We heard from lots of users that market reports can be a considerable source of noise when you use keyword alerts to track updates about companies.
We are excited to announce a new Market Reports Leo topic. We have taught Leo to read articles and understand if they are about market reports so that you can easily mute them from your feeds and save hours.
Let us show you how it works
Let’s imagine you have keyword alerts to track updates about various Health companies such as Amgen, Novartis, and 23&Me.
As you can see, a considerable amount of these articles are noisy market reports. Let’s train Leo to read this feed and filter out all the market report articles.
You can find the Mute Filters skill when clicking on Train Leo.
In the Mute Filters editor, you can select the topics and keywords you want Leo to mute. Search for the new Market Reports Topic.
You can see a preview of all the articles that Leo has recognized as Market Reports and that will be removed from the feed.
Leo will continuously read your feed and remove articles he identifies as market reports, letting you focus on the topics and trends that matter to you.
The Leo Market Report Mute Filter helps us cut through the noise and track company updates a lot more efficiently.
Yuan Shen Yu
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We are excited to see how many Feedly users declutter their feeds and dig deeper into the topics and trends that matter to them. Sign up today and discover what Leo can do for you!
We have trained Leo to detect and understand funding events. This means that you can now ask Leo to read your tech, business or industry specific feed and prioritize articles related to funding events – saving you a tremendous amount of time.
We have also trained Leo to detect and understand product launches.
This means that if you are part of a sales or sales enablement team, you can ask Leo to read TechCrunch or New York Times and notify you each time one of your customers or prospects launches a product. You can leverage that product launch event to create a warm approach and engage in a smart conversation.
Finally, you can also easily prioritize the fraction of articles referencing partnership announcements.
Composable with other skills
The business event skill can be composed with all the other Leo skills allowing you, for example, to easily prioritize articles referencing a product launch (business event skill) and related to #artificial intelligence (topic skill).
Trained across 24 industries
Different industries use different vocabulary to describe these business events so we trained Leo across 24 different industries.
You can use the Leo prompt or the “less like this” down arrow to correct Leo when the event detection is incorrect. This feedback is channeled to the Feedly ML team and to the datasets used to train Leo.
The Leo business event skill is available on Web and Mobile now for Feedly Teams users. Because we have been getting a lot of Leo requests from non-Team users, we will also be launching a $12/month Pro+ plan in October which will include Leo, a Twitter integration, and all other Pro features.