We hope you’re enjoying the fall. A couple of weeks ago, we partnered with Vivaldi, the private, customizable web browser designed with flexibility in mind. If you want a more secure web browsing experience, we encourage you to try Vivaldi with Neeva as your default default search engine.
Before we dive into some other exciting new Neeva updates, are you interested in using Neeva for work? We would love to get in touch with you if you can fill out this survey.
New Connected Apps
Our life, especially at work, is split over so many different apps that we use every day. And finding a piece of information takes so much mental gymnastics on our part. Part of the beauty of Neeva’s customer-first search model is that we serve only your needs.
Based on your input, we have added several more connectors to Neeva and made it even easier for you to find what matters to you, whether it is a document, email, or Slack message, from one search box. We have added four new connected apps—Notion, Figma, Jira, and Confluence—to bring the magic of Neeva to your work.
Home Feed Cards for Connected Apps
After you connect Google Docs and GitHub, you’ll start to see key documents from Google Docs and GitHub highlighted everyday in your Neeva home feed. It’s just another way we’re making the search experience more personal and relevant for you. If you’d like to see more home feed cards from other connected apps, please send us a note at email@example.com.
Personal Search Filters
Neeva’s “Personal” tab allows you to search through everything from your connected apps (email to GitHub to Notion, and more). We recently supercharged this feature and added new filters, so you can find what you’re looking for faster than before.
Bonus Shortcuts: If you type “@filter type + your search query” in the Neeva search bar (ex: @files strategy), we’ll take you directly to your “Personal” tab so you can find the information even faster.
We hope you enjoy all these new features. And, if you have any questions or feedback for us, please let us know!