What are the best business communication apps?
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Instead of rooms or channels Zulip is built around topics. This allows you to have multiple conversations at the same time without conversations interfering with each another. It also allows you to reference conversations without clutter. See More
The entire Slack interface is polished and intuitive to use. There are very few bugs or inconsistencies in the UI and it's very fast to use. There is nothing in particular that is new with Slacks implementation of team chat, but the execution of the groups (called channels), search, external service integration and notifications is close to perfect. See More
Slack integrates with tools like Trello, GitHub, Dropbox, Mailchimp, and dozens of others, so you can have a centralized event feed of your project right alongside your chat. This is tremendously useful for keeping context with your discussions. See More
came across this app when I was reading Aeroleads blog. This tool provides messaging services and helps in engaging people. It including some amazing feature such as live chat, email, phone, and social media channels and pricing $10 which quite affordable. The only problem I found is Don't keep the chat history for more than two months. See More
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