Microsoft SMS Organizer app will show CBSE exam results in India

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Microsoft SMS Organizer
Image Courtesy: Microsoft.com

Microsoft last year launched the SMS Organizer app for Android
in the Indian market to fight SMS spam. Created by Microsoft
Garage team, the SMS Organizer is aimed at the Indian market,
and yesterday the company announced that the app will show CBSE
Class 12 and Class 10 results in India, even without
internet connectivity.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is
managed by Union Government of India, and it controls the
education system at the national level in the country.
After Google, Microsoft has also partnered with CBSE to
show the results of Class 12 and Class 10 in its SMS
Organizer app.

Microsoft’s SMS Organizer app will be able to show CBSE Class
12 results across India tomorrow.

Microsoft has also started taking pre-registrations for CBSE
results feature, and here’s how you can check Class 12 results,
even without internet connectivity:

  • First and foremost, search and download the “Microsoft SMS
    Organizer” app from the Google Play Store.
  • The CBSE registration notification would appear, and
    it will ask you to fill the necessary details.
  • Once you have signed up for this service, the app would
    send a scorecard via a text message when results are
    declared.

The so-called SMS Organizer app created by Microsoft
Garage also blocks promotional messages and allows the
important messages to get through.

The SMS Organizer app could be the perfect replacement for the
built-in messages app, and it comes with a feature
that can move incoming messages to categories like
important and promotional. The app is basically supposed to
organize your messages and is powered by Microsoft’s machine
learning systems that can analyze messages.

The app could also show reminders for unpaid electricity,
phone, movie ticket and travel expenses. Microsoft says that
most of the features in SMS Organizer works without internet
connection.

The SMS Organizer is fully integrated with Android and it can
show cards-based notifications as well. The other features
include support to mark a message as favourite, promotional and
spam. As noted above, the app uses Microsoft’s AI technology
and algorithm could learn about new spam or promotional
messages from your actions.



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