- Twist is great, I've been testing it for a few months, and I absolutely love it! I was surprised how easy it was to switch to Twist. The team conversations seem very easy and well organised now. And yes, less distractful. Definitely worth trying. I'm a huge fun of what the Twist team is doing in terms of promoting more mindful team communication.Pretty sure you were referring to Twist in your description. It's built by the team who built Todoist, so it also integrates nicely with that for task and/or project management. They wrote a take down on medium, about how and why Slack actually eats your life. Pretty compelling. I'm not sure how others who use Twist feel about the outcome of their work though - if it reduces the anxiety, for example.
- Philipp Bohn made this productWe have built Circuit as one, easy-to-use platform for voice, video, messaging, screen share, files and communities. It‘s used by startups, SMBs and global corporations, thanks to our scalability, quality and security. The free version includes unlimited messages and screen sharing.
- Slack focuses on building a great product for teams, not necessarily large open communities. So some larger communities have been moving away from Slack such as reactiflux. They are well designed, easy to use, and surprisingly fast. In addition to the web app, they have mobile apps on both iOS and Android as well as desktop apps for OS X and Windows. Source
- Philippe Lehoux made this productThe email client UI applied to team messaging is our core innovation. We firmly believe that the volume of internal conversations in organizations, even small ones, is so massive that it requires something more powerful than the infinite channels offered by Slack. See this link for details on the difference between Slack and Missive: https://missiveapp.com/slack-vs-...
- We've switched over from Slack to Hipchat for communication between teams.Hipchat is awesome if you use other Atlassian products... Confluence is sensacional, as well as Jira
- Love the fact that you can include people in chats with just their email address—they don't have to sign up.An alternative to slack that doesn't require you to have a log in...
- Hemanth Kumar Reddy made this productZoho Connect is a team collaboration platform and a great alternative to Slack. It lets you create your own private social network for your organization and gives you all those tools you would require for collaborating with your team effectively like groups, channels, task boards, knowledge management, custom Apps etc. You can also check out Zoho Cliq (www.zoho.com/cliq) if you are looking for Chat based collaboration tool with custom bots.
- We change from Slack to Microsoft Teams... Better audio/video/screensharing and better integration with other tools... For example you can create a "group channel" and add a tab with a wiki or kanban or other website.
- Pretty good choice of app that boosts collaboration and protects all communications within a team, company or large enterprise. The product is available is Saas and on-premise solution for those who seek complete security. The functionality and featured tools are much more expanded that in Slack and the app offers an admin pannel to keep complete track of security, tune up the system, create templates and mixture of policies. Otherwise it's pretty much the same.
- Bitrix24 beats Slack at many things. First, you get unlimited users without stupid history search limit. Second, like you said Slack is too distracting. So in Bitrix24 you can collaborate via chat or other means. And finally, unlike Slack, Bitrix24 comes with true project management and it's all free as well - tasks, subtasks, projects, task templates, dependencies, time tracking, etc. Here's the comparison chart - https://www.bitrix24.com/alterna...
- WorkDo has chats, tasks, events, polls, notes, leave, attendance and expenses tools all in one app. It also has a web interface version. The concept is to have a workplace and each team can create their own groups within the workplace. Each group also has the basic tools such as chats, tasks, events, polls, notes, albums and files.