Typetalk

Escape your inbox. Real-time messaging for modern teams.

Engage your team and inspire collaboration with Typetalk, a cloud-based chat app.

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Ryan Masilionis@ryan_masilionis
You'd have an edge if you offered an on-premise solution, which I don't believe Slack currently offers. Many companies still fear using cloud-based communication systems for internal communication due to the confidentiality of some data.
Tyson Mutrux@tyson_mutrux · Attorney, The Mutrux Law Firm
@ryan_masilionis Agreed. You need to differentiate because it's just too similar to Slack. It looks like a good product but Slack had a huge head start. Find your niche and you'll survive. Have you considered focusing on specific industries (attorneys, for example)?
James Futhey@futhey · Product Design Consultant
Nice site design that does a good job of explaining the concept. There might be some interesting ways to compete with Slack. For example, many open source projects or online communities (not businesses) grow large communities which, when billed per-user, become prohibitively expensive. Many have considered paying for Slack, but their cheapest paid plan would be $10,000 per month.
Julian@juliansmida · Founder, Wango
Nice UI!
Luke Fitzpatrick@iamwormify · Founder | Writer | Developer
Product looks nice. We we're actually thinking about creating a mini slack or some kind of variation - only allows 5 to 10 posts per day to cut out noise (still experimenting with this).
Michael Abehsera@michaelabehsera · UI Designer and Developer
It's an exact copy of slack. Good luck entering that market.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@michaelabehsera why so negative? Slack is awesome but there's always room for improvement or a new way of doing things. This is even more true as platforms and behaviors change.
Alain Ekambi@ekambos · Founder @ahomeit
@michaelabehsera There is always roon for something new. Specially in messaging.