New social scheduling app turns online chats into emoji-based dates

Erika Murray Expert Insights, Intellectual Property

Toronto intellectual property lawyer Erika Murray went public this month with an innovative calendaring app she designed in response to the social scheduling problem she was having in her own life.

“I came up with my own solution,” Murray, an associate with Bhole IP Law, a Toronto intellectual property law firm, tells AdvocateDaily.com. Her innovation is Ji, an emoji-heavy calendaring app with built-in scheduling to help busy people move beyond promising online chats to awesome in-person dates, she says. Its tagline is “turning matches into flames.”

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