Notion Emerges From Stealth with Smart E-Mail App, $9.5M in VC Bucks

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company plans a pricing structure similar to Dropbox, where subscribers get the basic service free but can pay for premium features. An enterprise version is a possibility for the future, he adds.

Suter, Snider, and Berry have lots of ideas about where Notion’s technology can be applied, but first, they want to advance the foundational technology and confirm that users find it valuable.

“One of our challenges is what to say no to,” Suter says. “We want to be the company that takes the power of data and AI and puts it in the user’s hands. We want to be an expert in the field and build out the technology in a way that can build better relationships and power the future of communications.”

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