Anonymous peer feedback via Slack

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Hey PH! When we scaled @grouper, at times it was difficult to give and receive candid feedback (which is essential for any business), so we built the tool we wish we had: a Slack bot that enables anonymous peer feedback. Every plan starts with a 30-day free trial, but for after that, here's a 50% discount for Product Hunters: https://www.speedback.co/?ref=pr... Let me know if you have any questions, comments, or, uh, feedback! :)
@rrhoover and @eriktorenberg - you should install this at PH HQ and let me know how it goes :)
@wxmn sounds interesting. Where do the anonymous users come from? I am guessing they have to signup somehow?
We've been using this at @SeatGeek and it's been great so far. It's amazing how much constructive feedback falls through the cracks by not having a good medium to communicate it quickly. It's also helpful that you don't need to add any new apps in order to get started
Interesting product but I have to say I'm either missing something or you've gone out of your way to bury the pricing or even that there is a cost. If it weren't for the promotional info, I'd have no idea. I doubt it's your intention but it doesn't sit well.
Interesting product from the core Grouper team who at one time was up to 40 employees, seems to be scratching their own itch with peer feedback tools and systems. @wxmn could probably elaborate :)
While I can appreciate, and understand, a good marketing push - I've received unsolicited emails from Speedback and I have expressed zero interest in the product. The email that I received states "...And lucky for you, one of your teammates just installed it in Slack." Is it possible someone installed it in a Slack channel that I'm a part of and you've decided to email everyone in that channel? That seems like a poor decision. Congrats on the launch, I actually think the idea is kind of neat but I don't like it being forced upon me...let me figure out if it provides value. SIDE NOTE: Your unsubscribe links don't work.
Looks like I'm not the only one. You may want to rethink your model: