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Tabspace collects and aggregates data on software engineering teams, allowing you to gain quantifiable insights into how engineering teams operate.

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Rate your friends, just like in Black Mirror ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Bird In Flight
Netflix launched a parody version of RateMe, the app that is featured in the first episode of the third season of the Black Mirror. The characters of 'Nosedive' in the world where people are governed by a social network called RateMe.
The Drum
Netflix has revealed an app enabling the public to rate each other based on their interpersonal social interactions as a means of marketing its new flagship series. Based on the Rate Me app from Black Mirror season three, episode one 'Nosedive', Twitter users can rate other users emulating the show.
Are you a 4.8 or a 4.2? Rate Me, the horrific but entirely believable popularity app featured in Black Mirror, is now real. Sort of. The tongue-in-cheek-app has been released by Netflix to promote season three of Charlie Brooker's near-future nightmare anthology.
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Our platform connects employees with professional coaches outside the workplace to encourage better conversations and healthier organizations. Using the app, people can easily schedule a phone session with a “Pro” who can provide objective guidance and help them take the next step with their boss, colleague, direct report, or HR team.

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Don’t leave your company hanging.

Hi5 is a simple, easy cloud solution that allows employees within companies to recognise and rate each other to free up management and HR teams from laborious admin.

Hi5 measures Appreciation, Goals and Culture by allowing employees to give continuous feedback.

Hi5 empowers employees to grow, so the company can grow.

Hi5, a cloud-based platform that allows employees to rate each other, was initially a side-project that Gary Willmott started in 2015 after he noticed the complexity of HR in small businesses. Two years later, Hi5 services around 4500 users from over 1700 companies in Australia, New Zealand, UK, the USA and South Africa.
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