What's the best solution for communicating with ~10 people on a group project? Email doesn't cut it for me and I'm looking for something that's temporary. Coordinating with a group of 10-15 people for a couple of weeks.
- John Xie made this productTaskade lets you chat, video conference, and work together on the same page. You can keep track of team tasks in chat in a structured way, as each conversation refers back to the task list, kanban, or mind map.
- Managed hosting, quick to setup and run.Works Fien for our team of 8.
- Robert Poschenrieder made this productBrings messaging, file sharing and conferences with guests together. Since it is all browser based I think it fits your temporary need.Philipp Bohn made this productvery scalable, and powerful mobile apps (iOS, Android) #AMA
- It is the best app for the team can communicate easily, having great UI/UX design, user-friendly application, having many new features compatible with all the devices and web series.Troop messenger is the best app for business to manage the group of people with a group chat, audio calls and many more with one on one screen and it is a user-friendly application, with an affordable price.Troop Messenger- a professional team chat app that combines the whole team in a single platform with user-friendly functionalities and features. We can easily communicate with the team with groups chat, audio calling, video conference, file sharing. It has a good UI/UX design and user-friendly application.
- We have set up a Whatsapp group on a side to communicate within out little team. It works and everyone has it. Plus the web version in handy. I reckon it will be great for a couple of weeks.
- Maybe Asana? It would make your communication a bit more focused on tasks (which would probably be good for 15 people!), and the free tier would work fine for you.This is a great "to-do" list that can be shared with everyone. you can @ people in your tasks or add them as a follower too. You have your own list and others can create their own (so you don't see everything in one hit, only tasks assigned to you). You can also create groups you can all share to :)
- If you want to have structured communication, having thing organized in Google Docs, especially Sheets, is awesome. When you mention someone in a comment, they get notified. You can also set up the mention as creating a task. I've used this on several recent projects and events I've hosted. It's a low friction, asynchronous way of getting things done!
- Used it for a personal project with 7 users. While the basic one-one chat and group messaging was great, what really helped us was inbuilt video calling, to-do lists, notes, and file management. They have a bunch of 3rd party apps as well, but we didn't have a use for them. And it works across platforms, which is always nice.
- I know this seems a bit left field compared to say Slack, but using Jira will add a lot of structure because you can assign tasks to each person. Live communication can still be facilitated using the comments function in each task. You'll know where you're up to on every tasks and be able to easily monitor progress.
- Like Slack for chat but well suited for group projects with integrated tasks, calendars, etc. Free with great UX.