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Paste by FiftyThree

Visual collaboration for Slack Teams.

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Georg Petschnigg
Maker
@georgpetschnigg · Georg Petschnigg, FiftyThree
**UPDATE 04-18-17** We just went live in the Slack App Directory. https://slack.com/apps/A3WNR7LHW... Paste adds visual collaboration to Slack. We built it to make sharing work easy. In our mind Slack is like a room with chairs and talking people, Paste provides a table for artifacts and work products. At FiftyThree we use it for our walk-throughs, all-hands, board presentations, feature reviews, hackweek setups, anything that requires the team to gather around ideas and a story. Paste is the first productivity tool built with messaging in mind. It uses Slack as a way to organize work around a conversation. Decks can be organized into channels to go along with the discussion. Threaded comments are real-time and synced between Slack and Paste. Respond from Slack, reply in Paste. Use all the niceties like join/leave and mentions. Assign slides to your team if you need a hand. Anything shared is organized in decks. They are ideal for working in parallel. The grid gives you an overview at all times. You don't have to make slides though. Paste does a bunch of auto-formating for you. Just paste. Try pasting articles, URL, videos, Sketch files, PDF, images, PSD, AI files, Google docs/sheets, NY Times articles you name it. Right now the experience is optimized for desktop, our mobile app and Paper integration should follow in a bit. Thanks for letting us know what you think!
Andreas Duess@andreasduess · CCO, Nourish Food Marketing
Looks great, but.....what is it? Is it google slides without the presentation features? Is it mural.ly without the cooperation features? Is it one of the many team-and-work-review solutions but without the commenting features? Wireframing? Design? I am genuinely confused. It looks great, but what the heck does it do that other products don't?
Georg Petschnigg
Maker
@georgpetschnigg · Georg Petschnigg, FiftyThree
@andreasduess Paste is visual collaboration for Slack. It's for teams to gather, organize, and share their work. We use it for everything from design reviews, feature discussions, team meetings, even board presentations. We think of Slack as a room where people talk, Paste is the table with the artifacts. It's probably the most first productivity app built with messaging in mind and deeply integrates with Slack comments, threads, directories, mentions, and channels.
Alexey Plekhanov@alexeyplekhanov · Independent iOS Developer
@georgpetschnigg agreed with @andreasduess. It's a really great tool, guys! By the way, I'm developing presentation tool about three years, but even me don't get the point from these gifs also. And it takes some time to figure out in product itself how it works and what for.
Jan Florian Maas@applotse · Chief Innovation Officer, addWings GmbH
Easy to use, works with astonishingly many file types – GREAT!
Georg Petschnigg
Maker
@georgpetschnigg · Georg Petschnigg, FiftyThree
@applotse thank you! Have you tried Paste with Slack? Paste is visual collaboration for Slack. It's for teams to gather, organize, and share their work. We use it for everything from design reviews, feature discussions, team meetings, even board presentations. It's deeply integrated with Slack comments, threads, directories, mentions, and channels.
Joshua Tabansi@tabansi · Founder, Courtier
The sign-up/create-an-account on-boarding flow is sweeet 💙, what made you forgo password authentication?
Georg Petschnigg
Maker
@georgpetschnigg · Georg Petschnigg, FiftyThree
@tabansi the early release of Paste has email log in, we avoided creating another password and rely on the security of people's email accounts. That said, Paste is designed for messaging products like Slack. You need to log in with Slack to get access to all the collaboration features.
Kabir Shah@kingpixil · I make things.
This looks super great! Love the fluid design 😍