SmartyList Use Cases

Pragmatic Use Cases

To build a brand new Universal List that can get integrated with most popular websites, and let users shortlist AI-detected relevant data through interactive buttons called ‘Shortlist’. The problem of global users is not having a control on the micro-content of the websites for whatever purpose, apart from the routine browsing. The Smartylist addresses this problem by building a multi-website integrated solution that will synchronize all of the favorite data in one place.

Whether the user is browsing Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Flipkart or anything, the SmartyList helps them save any favorite information on the fly in one place as Shortlist and it is accessible on cross-domains in real-time. For example, a user can intuitively shortlist products, social feeds, tweets, photos, videos, news, questions, answers, jobs, user profiles, and even custom data, all in one place as Shortlist. These are for real world applications which will immensely help regular internet users, shoppers, journalists, students, employees, HRs, recruiters, business and media agents, and roughly the next billion users who are looking for smarter and efficient ways to consume the information and collaborate seamlessly.

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Abstract Use Cases

These are the fundamental use cases for which the full SmartyList product is built and are also applicable to all websites. All of the use cases are focused on "related data", and it is determined based on the factors like relevance, format, pattern, type, location and nature of data loaded (static or dynamic). Some of the important use cases are:
  • The foremost case is just being able to save any small piece of information on the web
  • Auto-detect the relevant data, inject 'Shortlist' button and be able to save them
  • Detect the relevant data based on different patterns (HTML structure)
  • Detect the relevant data in multiple webpages (endpoints) in the same domain name
  • Break the fundamental experience of routine browsing, instead review the shortlists
  • Static: Detect relevant data based on pre-loaded HTML
  • Dynamic: Detect relevant data based on dynamically (scrolling, navigation) loaded HTML
  • Events: Detect relevant data based on events (buttons, links) triggered on HTML element
  • Synchronize: Sync the shortlisted data and its actions among multiple tabs and domains
  • Tags: Adding extra tag names as an extra level of categorization to filter easily
  • Custom Data: Be able to select any plain text and add it into shortlist with relevant link
  • Physiological Concern: To let users out of this concern for the freedom of saving data

Use Cases On Popular Internet Domain

Following are some unique set of use cases on each websites

E-Commerce Space - Amazon, Ebay, Walmart etc.

  • To be able to shortlist any product in a simple format
  • Detect multiple formats of the same product and be able to shortlist
  • Detect and shortlist items from both static and dynamically loaded HTML data
  • To detect missing attributes of the product to qualify for shortlisting
  • To prevent opening multiple tabs just to review them or purchase later
  • To prevent adding multiple items that they liked into cart to review later
  • To prevent adding to WishList that lacks any quick access to them
  • To provide extra tags or categories to their shortlisted items
  • To facilitate quick sharing of shortlisted items and collaborate with others
  • To facilitate quick review of products shortlisted from multiple e-commerce sites
  • In addition to products, it also supports Books, Videos, Movies, Musics etc
  • One most important case, it is most widely adopted and it is still weird experience is, when a user trying to purchase a single item and after adding it to cart, he may have liked other products and added them as well to the cart, as if he is going to purchase all, but after checking the cart, he would review them again, and delete rest, and eventually buy one final item. So, here we noticed two contradictory experiences, first trying to buy a single item, and on the another side he's adding more and deleting them again. This is a classic example of physiological concern. The SmartList will help users come out of this by offering a free-style experience to save and manage data as a Shortlist.

Social Networking - Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest etc.

  • To save and shortlist any type of feed news, updates, photo, videos and articles
  • To organize the feeds with custom tags in the shortlists
  • To help organize relevant contact in shortlist so its easy access anytime
  • You can save the message references, so you can continue the conversation later
  • You can shortlist relevant conversations and profiles which belongs to groups
  • You can track updates and news from business/product pages
  • To facilitate business opportunities (buying/selling) in marketplace

Q/A Forums - Stackoverflow, Quora etc.

  • To keep track of all relevant questions and its answers
  • To group similar answers to the same question, and even sharing them further
  • To compile and shortlist similar questions or answers as a group
  • To build a knowledge base by shortlisting relevant problems and solutions

News and Media - Google News, Yahoo News

  • Mainly to shortlist news which are important and organize them quickly
  • To read or review later if saved in shortlist
  • To quickly shortlist articles which are relevant to certain topics or matter
  • Journalist can shortlist individual pieces of information to produce new stuff
  • Marketers can shortlist related news and share with consumers

Entertainment - YouTube

  • Users can shortlist interesting videos and watch later
  • To group related videos through custom tags
  • To collaborate on shortlisted videos with family and friends

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