What are the Stride/Hipchat alternatives other than Slack?

Now that Atlassian has decided to discontinue Hipchat/Stride after merging with Slack, do you know of any alternative to Slack that is cheaper and doesn't compromise on the features? Looking to migrate immediately, so any recommendations would be hugely appreciated. Tx.
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  1. A Business chat app is essential for not only maintaining confidentiality but also collaborating with the team on a common base, helps every business process run without any hindrance.
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    Troop Messenger is great, I've been testing it for a few months, and I absolutely love it! I was surprised at how easy it was to switch to Troop Messenger. The team conversations seem very easy and well organised now. And yes, less distractful. Definitely worth trying.
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    Pranavi TallaBusiness analyst · Edited
    Troop Messenger is the smartest way to bring teams together and collaborate. It is one of the best alternatives to hipchat that will unify all your team communications. Teams can effortlessly share ideas, compile files and documents, have face-to-face conversations and offers more productive solutions to teams.
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    Flock

    Real-time team messenger tool

    Flock is offering Stride/Hipchat users their Pro Plan for Free for 1 year. From unlimited users, messages, channels, (and even group video calls, guest accounts) to unlimited third party app integrations - the Pro plan is actually really cool. Andddd it’s all on the cloud! You should definitely check it out https://blog.flock.com/taking-it...
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  3. Pankaj TanejaAll things collaboration · Written
    uShare.to is one of the most full featured team communication solutions in the market with: - group chat - audio and video conferencing - screen sharing - website chat widget - share files, tasks, notes, contacts, calendars
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  4. Yuliia ChernykhMarketing Manager, Chanty · Written
    I recommend that you look at Chanty - a fast and simple AI-powered team chat that allows you to communicate with colleagues super effectively. In addition to instant messaging, Chanty has a built-in task manager. Using Chanty tasks, you can perfectly organize your daily activities and achieve excellent productivity at work. Chanty allows you to create a task out of any message, reassign and discuss created tasks. It is like threads in Slack. However, the separate threads feature is already added to the Chanty roadmap in 2019. Chanty doesn't overload you with a huge set of confusing features. At the same time, it provides such important functionality for productive team communication as mentions, favorites, pinned messages, embedded videos, easy file sharing and much more. And in order to provide you with greater choice and valuable information about a possible solution to replace Slack, my team has tested 7 top Slack alternatives in 2019. In our detailed review of these tools, you will definitely find one chat app that is best suitable for your business: https://www.chanty.com/blog/usin... Good luck!
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    Brosix Instant Messenger

    Secure instant messenger for your team

    Nikola BaldikovDigital Marketing Manager, Brosix · Written
    Nikola Baldikov made this product
    Brosix is a powerful and easy-to-use instant messaging platform designed with team communication in mind. Brosix gives its clients a fully administrable private team network, which provides a secure collaboration space. Clients control who is added or removed from the network, and can easily manage users through a range of administrative features. Brosix comes with a package of unique features and tools aimed at boosting team collaboration and streamlining communication. From a range of chat options, to screen-sharing and unlimited file transfers, Brosix is an excellent solution for enterprises looking to improve their productivity and communication security. Another useful information about alternatives of Stride/Hipchat could be found here: https://www.brosix.com/blog/atla...
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