When comparing Riot vs Samepage, the Slant community recommends Riot for most people. In the question“What is the best team chat software?” Riot is ranked 5th while Samepage is ranked 32nd.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Web and mobile (iOS, Android) versions available
Pro Supports text, voice, video
Integrates with Jitsi for multi-party video chats
Pro Uses Matrix, the open communications protocol
Pro Very good and simple interface
Riot has a very simple interface, adding the ability for more unexperienced PC-Users to use it.
Pro Widgets support
Want to watch that flick at YouTube and discuss it at the same time? Have Grafana graphs stacked above your DevOps team chat? Collaboratively edit Google Docs and chat over without switching applications? This is possible with Riot.
Pro Bridges to other networks
You're not confined within Riot's or even Matrix garden, and you don't have to make users of other networks switch to Matrix.
Pro Group video-call quality is amazing
It works perfectly with 15+ people. Web conferencing quality is incredible, which is extremely useful when you're participating in a call while viewing a browser tab holding all of the project content you're talking about.
Pro Easy to work with internal & external members
Secure sharing makes it easy to work with your internal team but also with clients, vendors, partners, contractors, and other external members.
Pro Very polished user experience
App is very easy to use on desktop and mobile devices. Notifications ensure that you respond quickly and stay up to date on team progress.
Pro Lots of great integrations
Native integrations with all major file sharing platforms, YouTube, Vimeo, Google Maps and more. Also integrates with Zapier to connect with hundreds of other apps so they can automatically create tasks, pages, and comments in Samepage.
Pro Easy real-time collaboration on diagrams
Con Still in active yet early development
There is clearly a User Experience issue esp. in web version which the developers are aware of and are working hard to improve. They've got the concept concrete, so UX won't be an issue in no time. Most often used parts are functional, but some are yet not.
The success of riot depends on how fast the development is, or it'll get outdated too quickly as developers of Signal and Telegram have predicted.
Con Not for teams looking for rigid project management structure
Samepage is designed to be flexible, so it misses some of the more rigid structures of other project management tools.