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Manuel Costes- Building @GrowthUPI have to use only 25% of Slack's abilities but I can not do without it to work with my associates. I think everyone knows it but I share it just in case;)
R A I Z A- 🍝 Product Manager | Spaghetti AficionadoTimes when I have something to SAY and can't type fast enough on two fingers: Mac app for Slack comes in handy!
Warwick Purves- Mc Loving it?Love slack, but if you are on a laptop and running it on battery, just take a look at your activity monitor to see the amount of resources, it's draining. It's built on the same platform as Chrome which also is super hunger. IF you are running low on power, Turn of Slack on Laptop and use Slack on your Phone and switch to Safari
iMoreSlack has begun testing voice chat just a day after announcing the feature would be coming soon. Available in beta, the feature is currently only being tested on desktop in Slack's apps and in Chrome.
The Next WebIf you're like anyone at TNW, you're probably using Slack every day, all day long. I don't mind; it's a well designed app. But their newly released beta is bringing it to another level.
Stride is a new way for teams to talk, meet, decide and do. With group chat & direct messaging, voice and video conferencing, and built-in collaboration tools, Stride is a team communication platform from the makers of Hipchat.
Manish Bhattacharya- StudentYou can try 'Stride by Atlassian' or Flock.com, they are almost Slack with more freebies.
The VergeHipchat, the venerable team communication app owned by business software maker Atlassian, is making way for a sequel. The company today introduced Stride, which replicates the core of Hipchat while adding natively hosted audio and video meetings, task and decision tracking, and a "focus" mode that collects important notifications for you while you concentrat… See more
The Next WebAtlassian today announced the launch of Stride - its new collaborative messaging platform that's unashamedly designed to take on the current incumbent, Slack. Stride works a lot like Slack. There are rooms, and you can have one-on-one conversations.
GeekWireOne nice thing about the rise of design thinking within enterprise software has been the emergence of workplace tools that people actually like to use. The meteoric rise of Slack is one of the best examples of this, and now Atlassian, which has an extensive background in communication and project management tools, thinks it has come up with something better.
TechCrunchAtlassian, the company behind popular tools like Jira, Trello and Bitbucket, has also long offered a team communications service in the form of HipChat. Over the last few years, Slack has had an outsize influence on this space, though, and the Atlassian team decided to go back to the drawing board and see what its take on a Slack-like team workplace communic… See more
Darryl PintoNot a helpdesk software, but a great collaboration tool! Provides quite a lot of features for free and works cross-platform. A short list - There's direct messaging, channels, video conf, to-dos, reminders, code snippets, integrations and a lot more....
Jason ZhengThe key thing for our team is that Flock integrates all the critical integration that most users need and you get unlimited integrations for free. The premium version is also just half the price of Slack. Finally, adding multiple teams is much easier.