Hey I am looking for a solution to be warned when sending a message and there is certain keyword included in the text. Or for example, if a cetain keyword like “attachment” is included but there is not attachment added to the message.
One way to achieve this is to use an email or messaging client that has a built-in feature for detecting keywords in messages. For example, the email client Microsoft Outlook has a built-in feature called "MailTips" which can detect when you’re about to send an email that contains certain keywords and warn you before you send it.
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Editorial Calendar, this plugin provides a visual calendar interface where you can schedule and manage your blog posts. While it doesn’t have specific reminder features, it can help you stay organized and keep track of when attachments or specific keywords need to be included in your posts.
Yes, there are several solutions available that can help you achieve the functionality you’re looking for. Depending on the specific messaging platform or email client you’re using, you may find plugins, features, or built-in functionalities that provide keyword detection and warnings.
Microsoft Outlook: Outlook provides a feature called “MailTips” that can notify you about potential issues before sending an email. It can detect if certain keywords are present or if an attachment is mentioned without actually attaching a file.