A Day In the Life with Sixty
See how Sixty removes the overwhelm and replaces it with more time for what matters most in your day.
BriefingsHave higher quality meetings and make the most of your time with a single briefing document that summarizes your past communications and provides relevant bio and background information for all attendees.
AgendasCreate space in your day to focus on what matters most and defend that time. Agendas get you ready with simple, easy-to-scan emails summarizing your schedule for your day and week.
EmailsOnly see the emails that matter. Sixty learns who you want to hear from and who you don’t and silently files the rest to deal with later—or never. We never delete email and quickly learn by observing.
AlertsImagine if your alerts were actually urgent. Sixty’s intelligent alerts will only ping you when it’s important to move your day along, like a human helper who makes you get to your meetings on time.
OutreachFind a reason to reconnect with the right people at the right time. Sixty ensures you will never miss another birthday or lose track of that old friend/business connection, so you can stay connected with those who really matter.
Focus on what matters most
Always the customer, never the product
We believe that you should have control over your time and your data. We don’t store anything on our servers, and we
won’t sell any of your information or make it available to third parties. Core features will be free forever, and key actions
will always take 60 seconds or less.
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A few tips for optimizing your experience
Act naturalDon’t change anything about your workflow. By observing how you handle messages and invites, Sixty will learn your priorities and act accordingly.
Send the right signalsThe double slash // is a powerful signal in the Sixty universe, triggering AI to start working its magic.
Build a bioYour bio page is a powerful prep tool for anyone in your network. Share your communication preferences and anything else that matters.
Once is enoughWhen you tell Sixty something is important—by moving an email or inputting a birthday—we’ll never forget it.