Besides WhatsApp, which communication app do you use/prefer for day-to-day group chats?

Piyush Santwani
12 replies
Think general purpose communication apps for the masses and not business communication platforms like Slack nor the sophisticated ones like Discord, etc.


Put Telegram - but really pretty limited
Misha Krunic
Is it work-related? Then Slack, for sure.
Akash Ambade
Discord has been adopted in most of the companies even we make use of Discord for day-to-day communication
Mahak from Outgrow
Gchat is also a good option.
Adriel Cruz
Slack, Skype - for work-related chats Messenger, Discord - for group/casual chats
I've used Rumbletalk for our private group chat FB Messenger, Skype, Discord for casual chats
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