April's Fool's: Google's Levity Algorithm Helps Liven Up Office Meetings

Posted on April 1, 2013

Google has launched the Levity Algorithm on April 1st. The app helps liven up boring office meeetings, presentations and communications.

Google says, "You know the drill. Dreary two hour meetings you can't wait to escape. Emails that go on forever without getting to the point. Another invite to a meeting with no clear purpose. Today we're introducing the Levity Algorithm in Google Apps to help you spice up even the most boring of work days."

Boring office meetings could certainly some levity at times. Thanks Google. The app also helps liven up business emails and presentations. Take a look:

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