Analysing media flows in your Unified Inbox

Media Flow Analytics

How does one find Zen-like ‘flow’ in a world of email obsession, multiple streams of social media and other digital demands for our attention?
A collaboration between Unified Inbox and the University of Auckland hopes to find an answer.

Unified Inbox

Unified Inbox

Unified Inbox is a cloud based unified communication & social collaboration platform that centralizes external conversations, social engagement and internal team collaboration into one single experience across desktop and mobile devices.

University of Auckland

University of Auckland

Media Flow is a project conducted by the Graduate School of Management at the University of Auckland. The aim is to help people monitor their media use patterns to make choices to improve their performance and well-being.

Media Flow Analytics Illustration
Productivity on the road

About Media Flow

The Media Flow Analytics application provides an insight into communication patterns across multiple channels over days or months.

You'll be able to see:

  • How your communication flows vary throughout the day, week and month
  • How your incoming messages and actions are distributed throughout the day
  • Who you correspond with most often
  • Which channels provide most of your communications activity
  • Which actions you take on each channel
Who are we?

The Team

Prof. Darl Kolb

Prof. Darl Kolb

University of Auckland

Sarah Henderson

Sarah Henderson

University of Auckland

Toby Ruckert

Toby Ruckert

CEO Unified Inbox

Prof. Ananth Asuri Srinivasan

Prof. Ananth Asuri Srinivasan

University of Auckland

Lena Waizenegger

Lena Waizenegger

University of Innsbruck

Aby Varghese

Aby Varghese

Head of R&D Unified Inbox

Emy Carlan

Emy Carlan

Product Manager Unified Inbox

Live demo

Browse a live demo of the Media Flow Analytics application.

Need any help or more information?

For more information about this project, please contact our support team or directly email to Darl Kolb, Professor of Connectivity, University of Auckland.

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