Hatch Messenger

Slack for your personal life

Featured

From the maker

M
Daniel S Cornell
@dscornell · Co-founder Hatch Messenger
I am going to check in daily, so if anyone has interest, let me know. Thanks to Product Hunt as this was a great experience.

Discussion

Anton Eliasson
@antoneliasson · Director of Marketing @ Shakr
You're on a hunting streak @benln!
Yesterday: Google Analytics for your life
Today: Slack for you personal life
Tomorrow: "Zendesk for your personal life"?
M
Tino Chow
@tinochow
Thanks, @benln for posting! 

We found email gets clunky for talking to the whole group. One person would forget to reply all and break the whole thread.

But making plans over Facebook wasn’t quite right either.

That’s when we realized: there is a gap between email and social media. We made Hatch to fill that gap.

Hatch is less about posting your status, and more about getting your message to the right people. 

Hatch is built around channels (just like Slack). You can edit messages and bookmark important ones. We have our own set of slash commands.

Something else that’s unique about Hatch is you can add people to a channel and they don’t need to have the app to join—they can follow along and reply via email just as if they were in the channel.

Looking forward to getting your feedback!

Tino
David Kampmann
@mrkampmann · Brand and Social Media Consultant
This would really be perfect for schools. I love the way it prevents the fallout of a network by requiring all to have the app!
Andreas Duess
@andreasduess · CCO, Nourish Food Marketing
Interesting. We've been using Slack as a family chat tool (sue me, I'm a geek) but this look more suited to a social application.
Keith Crawford
@tsudo · Solutions Architect, Mainstream Tech
I use GroupMe in a similar fashion but interested to compare this approach. Doesn't it extend to SMS as well?
Commenting is limited to those invited by others in the community.
Login to continue.