Namify is a tool to drastically reduce addressing mistakes when sending personalized email.
Sending personalized email is a great way to connect with a lot of people at once, but having addressing mistakes like writing "Dear Mr. Jones" to a woman sure spoil the fun.
When you upload a CSV containing a list of people to Namify, it checks which columns the first names and form of address (Mr./Ms.) are in. Then it changes the address to match the gender, and adds another column telling you what it did.
Namify will convert this
Address Name Vorname Email Mr. Carlo Capocasa email@example.com Ms. Maria Schürmann firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Klaus Nowitzki email@example.com Mr. Ullmann Frank firstname.lastname@example.org
Address Name Vorname Email Mr. Carlo Capocasa email@example.com Ms. Maria Schürmann firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Klaus Nowitzki email@example.com Ms. to Mr. Mr. Ullmann Frank firstname.lastname@example.org Not found
After receiving your results, it is a good idea to glance over the explanation column and make sure Namify's changes were plausible. Also pay attention to "Not found" and check whether the person has a rare name, or perhaps first and last name were switched, another common mistake. You can delete that column once you are satisfied with the results.
Your uploaded data is processed by software and is deleted the moment you finished downloading your results. No one ever looks at it.
Namify is a free microservice. Care is taken to make sure that it works as well as possible, but no form of warranty, express or implied, is offered.