Alternative products to Interactive Screen Sharing in Slack

Interactive Screen Sharing in Slack

The next best thing to working in the same room

10 alternative and related products to Interactive Screen Sharing in Slack

Witeboard

A real-time whiteboard for your team. No signups required.

Witeboard lets you create quick sketches on desktop, tablet, or phone in a few minutes and collaborate with your team real-time.

Just go to witeboard.com, make a quick sketch, grab a share link and send it to your co-worker. You don't need to install anything nor create an account.

It's the fastest way to collaborate real-time with your team.

16 Alternatives to Witeboard

Sblack

Apply a dark theme to Slack for Mac ⚫️ ✨

Sblack is a little free Mac app that applies a Dark Theme to Slack for Mac to make it easier on your eyes. Just drag and drop and you're done!

Lifehacker
macOS: Sure, Slack might be everyone's go-to workplace communication app, but that doesn't mean it's infallible (I won't even get started on @here). Take its bright white interface, for example. It might be great for long stretches of work from 9-5, but if you're on the night shift, or simply getting some quick missives off before bed, all that #FFFFF can me… See more
14 Alternatives to Sblack

Zoom

Cloud video conferencing and simple online meetings

Zoom is a powerful online meeting tool for large, distributed teams.

Djordy Seelmann
Best out there and affordable.
Mark J Armstrong- Investor / Entrepreneur
Try the xsplit tool (free) or about $25 per quarter for all the bells & whistles. Connects into youtube live, which means more exposure for your presentation. ZOOM is easy but costs (not too much) nad is great for smaller groups.
Sam Rye- Founder
If you're looking for a live video experience, then I'd suggest Zoom as it has heaps of useful features like 'Record Call', Speaker View, Screen share etc.
Forbes
What is an entrepreneur to do when he starts a company, sells it to a giant, then suffers as the new parent spoils the child? If you're Eric Yuen you leave Cisco Systems and start Zoom -- a fast-growing Sequoia-backed videoconferencing startup
TechCrunch
Zoom, the cloud video conferencing service, announced a $100 million Series D round, entirely funded by Sequoia. The company now boasts a $1 billion valuation, putting it in the vaunted unicorn club. It also announced a significant update to the product that includes the ability for customers and third parties to build applications on top of the Zoom platfor… See more
29 Alternatives to Zoom

Workplace Desktop by Facebook

Facebook's Slack competitor with chat, screen share & more

One year ago, Facebook launched Workplace to help make companies more connected and productive. So today, we’re launching the Workplace Chat desktop app. Now, anyone can download the app for Workplace Chat on PC, Mac, Android or iOS.

http://www.theinquirer.net
FACEBOOK HAS announced that its Slack rival Workplace is to bring Chat functionality out of Beta and into our hearts.
TechCrunch
It's been once year since Workplace, Facebook's social network designed specifically for businesses and other organizations, came out of beta to take on the likes of Slack, Atlassian, Microsoft and others in the world of enterprise collaboration. Now, with 30,000 organizations using Workplace across some 1 million groups (more than double the figures Faceboo… See more
Business Insider
More than 30,000 organizations are now using Facebook's enterprise communication tool, Workplace. Facebook is releasing a desktop chat app for Workplace and plans to add group video calling support soon. While monetization isn't a focus for Workplace yet, the product's early growth should scare competitors like Microsoft and Slack.
Engadget
Facebook brought its Slack-competing service out of private beta last year and rebranded it as simply 'Workplace.' Its messaging side offering, Workplace Chat, had browser and mobile components -- and today, it's bringing its desktop app out of beta so all users can converse in text or over video, send files and share screens though their computer.
Macrumors
Facebook brought its redesigned Workplace apps out of beta today, opening up the business-focused team chat service to anyone who wants to use it. The new Slack-like apps for mobile and desktop are called Workplace Chat, which have the same functionality as Workplace's existing messaging features, but come as standalone apps for PC, Mac and iOS.
ZDNet
Facebook on Thursday is launching a desktop chat application for Workplace, its one-year-old enterprise collaboration platform. Additionally, in the coming weeks, Workplace Chat will support group video chats on desktop and mobile. "Increasingly, we've found that many customers rely on messaging for real-time, reliable communication," Julien Codorniou, VP of… See more
TechRadar
In celebration of the one-year anniversary of Workplace, Facebook has launched a new desktop app to facilitate group chats. Workplace Chat has always been available via mobile apps and in the browser on a PC, but now there's a fully-fledged desktop app for PC and Mac, something which has been on the wish-list of many for a while now.
Mashable
Facebook may be the last company you'd ever expect to make software for serious businesses, but the social network is quickly proving the haters wrong. A year after officially launching Workplace, the business-focused version of Facebook, the service now counts more than 30,000 businesses and organizations using the software, Facebook announced Thursday.
Recode
Facebook's Slack competitor is growing quickly. A year after Facebook officially launched Workplace, an enterprise version of its social network for communicating with your co-workers, the company has 30,000 businesses using the service, up from roughly 1,000 businesses a year ago and 14,000 businesses six months ago.
6 Alternatives to Workplace Desktop by Facebook
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