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Andrei Soroker
Andrei Soroker@abs · Founder, Sameroom.io
@ethanbeute main difference is you have multiple chat panes open at once, you can talk in multiple organizations at once, and noise management/room membership is quite different (see https://kato.im/blog/introducing...) We're in invite-only mode for a bit longer, but here are some codes: 0PE8xjEm, kgrt3uLA, iK_hk8yF, 8RlwEYIz, 63_0nupS
Ethan S-G
Ethan S-GHunter@ethans_g · President, The Program
Our team of 20 uses SlackHQ. Wonder how Kato compares...
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@EthanS_G we also use Slack. Based on Kato's landing page, the video + text integration looks slick and reminds me of Sqwiggle. cc @tommoor
Ethan S-G
Ethan S-GHunter@ethans_g · President, The Program
@rrhoover right on. Video and screen-sharing could be awesome features.
Rick Turoczy
Rick Turoczy@turoczy · Cofounder, PIE
We use Kato at PIE and love it. While it's not quite as polished as other chat clients, there are features (like the "Tweetdeck-esque" views and search) that I now can't live without. Plus, we've been super impressed with the team and their ability to put up with our support and feature requests. All within Kato.
Ethan S-G
Ethan S-GHunter@ethans_g · President, The Program
@turoczy thanks for the info.