Grapevine is a software platform that allows business teams to get asynchronous video updates from remote team members each morning. Short one-way video updates help keep remote and local teams connected without having to schedule or attend in-person meetings.
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Hey Product Hunt! We’re excited to launch Grapevine, a platform designed to help remote teams stay connected with asynchronous team meetings. I work with remote employees & contractors around the world and one of the problems I've found was trying to keep everyone in sync due to different locations and time zones. We really like being able to have daily stand-ups and weekly team meetings but scheduling everyone together is a major challenge. To solve that problem, my partner Mark and I created Grapevine. Our goal was to create a simple to use asynchronous meeting tool that we could use to be more effective with our remote teammates. Any feedback you have is much appreciated as we start to prioritize new features. Thanks! Brandyn
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@brandynmorelli Looking cool, congratulations on the launch — looks very useful for teams that are spread out across the globe! Question: Does it integrate with Slack? Would be awesome, as it would prevent me from having to add another tool to my stack :)
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@stevenvvessum Thanks for the kind words. We’re actively looking at Slack and Zapier integrations as well so that it can become apart of an existing workflow. For my team I’m personally interested in using slack notifications + automating videos updates into existing ClickUp tasks.
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@brandynmorelli Congratulations, as part of a global team. I could see so many use cases, especially for people working in limited overlapping time zones.
It's a great concept for distributed teams that are working in different time zones, but do need to stay connected and up-to-date on each others' progress.
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@brandynmorelli Great to stay in contact with your team!
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This definitely helps for teams across several time zones
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This is probably useful for team from different languages and for teams who are not particularly tech savvy and do not want to type.
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