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Slack logo
4.7
23.1K

A single place for team communication and workflows

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.6
    Ease of use
    4.6
    Features
    4.6
    Customer support
    4.4
Pros and Cons from Slack users   
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+15
The best features of Slack are its innovative interface and easy to use features. Slack makes it simple, and even kind of fun, to communicate with your coworkers quickly.
While they are only visible to me, I am always worried that I accidentally posted something wrong.
I like the different slack channels for various departments, tech-support, team, individual messaging, and celebrating my teams successes or helping each other out with account challenges.
I disliked the inability to make a public group "private" after it's creation. Would occasionally lag and my.
Slack has been a winner for me no matter which role I am filling. Teams adopt it quickly it's easy to use, easy to set up, and has abundant opportunities for integrations.
I hate hate hate how often I struggle with using the video share and audio when someone calls me on slack. It almost never works for me.
Slack has been the best decision made as far as intra-company communications platform, and also project friendly. Sharing of files and easy display help save time and effort.
They found it awkward that everything was a chat in Slack and uncomfortable with sending out a message that may "bother" others for small issues, and reverted to email, even with consistent reminders.
Super easy set up, effortless onboarding, and great pricing plan for small groups. It has strong search functionality and intuitive threading.
I like the chat option because I can send and receive real-time messages and chat with my team directly and the Slack messaging app is very powerful and amazing.
You can have fun and customize. For example: We have a 'Jokes' channel that the slack bot will tell you jokes if you ask 'bot tell me a dad joke'- It's amazing.
It's super easy to stay connected with all of your colleagues. The desktop app is very nice.
It combines the depth you get from email communications with the efficiency of texting. And, if you do it right it is great for building a good, fun company culture.
In addition, files are saved and archived for easy access. I also liked the ease of use and ability to collaborate with anyone in your organization.
I love the giphy option, some of the gif’s are hilarious. Also, some of the integrations are very useful - google calendar especially.
I like the ability to quickly reach out to someone with a quick question vs. email. Having groups is also useful for the same reason of quickly updating a broader, interested audience.
Slack was a great platform that made the workplace feel like a community. Its user friendly interface allowed everyone to come together and share messages of high importance.
OVerall Slack is very good and highly recommended if your budget allows it.
The best features of Slack are its innovative interface and easy to use features. Slack makes it simple, and even kind of fun, to communicate with your coworkers quickly.
While they are only visible to me, I am always worried that I accidentally posted something wrong.
I like the different slack channels for various departments, tech-support, team, individual messaging, and celebrating my teams successes or helping each other out with account challenges.
I disliked the inability to make a public group "private" after it's creation. Would occasionally lag and my.
Slack has been a winner for me no matter which role I am filling. Teams adopt it quickly it's easy to use, easy to set up, and has abundant opportunities for integrations.
I hate hate hate how often I struggle with using the video share and audio when someone calls me on slack. It almost never works for me.
Slack has been the best decision made as far as intra-company communications platform, and also project friendly. Sharing of files and easy display help save time and effort.
They found it awkward that everything was a chat in Slack and uncomfortable with sending out a message that may "bother" others for small issues, and reverted to email, even with consistent reminders.
Super easy set up, effortless onboarding, and great pricing plan for small groups. It has strong search functionality and intuitive threading.
I like the chat option because I can send and receive real-time messages and chat with my team directly and the Slack messaging app is very powerful and amazing.
You can have fun and customize. For example: We have a 'Jokes' channel that the slack bot will tell you jokes if you ask 'bot tell me a dad joke'- It's amazing.
It's super easy to stay connected with all of your colleagues. The desktop app is very nice.
It combines the depth you get from email communications with the efficiency of texting. And, if you do it right it is great for building a good, fun company culture.
In addition, files are saved and archived for easy access. I also liked the ease of use and ability to collaborate with anyone in your organization.
I love the giphy option, some of the gif’s are hilarious. Also, some of the integrations are very useful - google calendar especially.
I like the ability to quickly reach out to someone with a quick question vs. email. Having groups is also useful for the same reason of quickly updating a broader, interested audience.
Slack was a great platform that made the workplace feel like a community. Its user friendly interface allowed everyone to come together and share messages of high importance.
OVerall Slack is very good and highly recommended if your budget allows it.
The best features of Slack are its innovative interface and easy to use features. Slack makes it simple, and even kind of fun, to communicate with your coworkers quickly.
While they are only visible to me, I am always worried that I accidentally posted something wrong.
I like the different slack channels for various departments, tech-support, team, individual messaging, and celebrating my teams successes or helping each other out with account challenges.
I disliked the inability to make a public group "private" after it's creation. Would occasionally lag and my.
Slack has been a winner for me no matter which role I am filling. Teams adopt it quickly it's easy to use, easy to set up, and has abundant opportunities for integrations.
I hate hate hate how often I struggle with using the video share and audio when someone calls me on slack. It almost never works for me.
Slack has been the best decision made as far as intra-company communications platform, and also project friendly. Sharing of files and easy display help save time and effort.
They found it awkward that everything was a chat in Slack and uncomfortable with sending out a message that may "bother" others for small issues, and reverted to email, even with consistent reminders.
Super easy set up, effortless onboarding, and great pricing plan for small groups. It has strong search functionality and intuitive threading.
I like the chat option because I can send and receive real-time messages and chat with my team directly and the Slack messaging app is very powerful and amazing.
You can have fun and customize. For example: We have a 'Jokes' channel that the slack bot will tell you jokes if you ask 'bot tell me a dad joke'- It's amazing.
It's super easy to stay connected with all of your colleagues. The desktop app is very nice.
It combines the depth you get from email communications with the efficiency of texting. And, if you do it right it is great for building a good, fun company culture.
In addition, files are saved and archived for easy access. I also liked the ease of use and ability to collaborate with anyone in your organization.
I love the giphy option, some of the gif’s are hilarious. Also, some of the integrations are very useful - google calendar especially.
I like the ability to quickly reach out to someone with a quick question vs. email. Having groups is also useful for the same reason of quickly updating a broader, interested audience.
Slack was a great platform that made the workplace feel like a community. Its user friendly interface allowed everyone to come together and share messages of high importance.
OVerall Slack is very good and highly recommended if your budget allows it.
Asana logo

Asana

4.5
12.4K

The work management platform to organize work across teams.

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.4
    Ease of use
    4.4
    Features
    4.4
    Customer support
    4.3
Pros and Cons from Asana users   
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+15
This has been a great management tool for our company, the integration of comms has been great and has allowed us to cut down on mails as which has been amazing.
The worst thing is that some resources are paid, which limits the use of the platform by people who cannot pay.
The paid version has some excellent functionality additions like dependencies and custom labels/tags, which can be really helpful.
Sometimes tickets get lost or buried but I feel that this comes down to user error and workload management and is not so much a fault of ht software or design.
Overall, I love that Asana is super easy to use, but also has more advanced features when you need them.
I find it very inconvenient that I can't copy tasks to another project on mobile. This is my only complaint about Asana.
Asana is awesome for project management especially when working with a team. It has an easy interface to use, it is great.
Limited storage space for the smaller plan which is inadequate for the bigger projects and notification sometimes get delayed.
So far it's been great, I looked at a couple of their competitors and Asana seemed to be the best. So far I'm happy with our decision.
Portfolios are great for keeping an eye on multiple projects. Having the ability to add tasks to multiple projects is a big plus and very helpful so that tasks can be seen from various perspectives.
I find this incredibly easy to use and helpful to plan future projects and tasks for each. It has a nice structure, which helps.
It’s nice to look at the tasks I have for the day or week in a manner that doesn’t have me scrolling so much or doing a lot to gain access to a task. The templates for projects help immensely too.
I love Asana because of the easy to navigate interface, visual organization, and ability to create custom fields that allow my agency to get the most out of our project setups.
This software program is great for our smaller team and cost effective as well. We are able to manage team projects and I like that we can set it up for recurring monthly projects.
I love how many other programs integrate with this software. It is a great project management tool for freelancers or agencies.
Easy to use, great customer service, and fun (yes a software can be fun).
Overall experience with Asana is good. Its easy to use and worth the money.
Asana has a good community and support that can help.
This has been a great management tool for our company, the integration of comms has been great and has allowed us to cut down on mails as which has been amazing.
The worst thing is that some resources are paid, which limits the use of the platform by people who cannot pay.
The paid version has some excellent functionality additions like dependencies and custom labels/tags, which can be really helpful.
Sometimes tickets get lost or buried but I feel that this comes down to user error and workload management and is not so much a fault of ht software or design.
Overall, I love that Asana is super easy to use, but also has more advanced features when you need them.
I find it very inconvenient that I can't copy tasks to another project on mobile. This is my only complaint about Asana.
Asana is awesome for project management especially when working with a team. It has an easy interface to use, it is great.
Limited storage space for the smaller plan which is inadequate for the bigger projects and notification sometimes get delayed.
So far it's been great, I looked at a couple of their competitors and Asana seemed to be the best. So far I'm happy with our decision.
Portfolios are great for keeping an eye on multiple projects. Having the ability to add tasks to multiple projects is a big plus and very helpful so that tasks can be seen from various perspectives.
I find this incredibly easy to use and helpful to plan future projects and tasks for each. It has a nice structure, which helps.
It’s nice to look at the tasks I have for the day or week in a manner that doesn’t have me scrolling so much or doing a lot to gain access to a task. The templates for projects help immensely too.
I love Asana because of the easy to navigate interface, visual organization, and ability to create custom fields that allow my agency to get the most out of our project setups.
This software program is great for our smaller team and cost effective as well. We are able to manage team projects and I like that we can set it up for recurring monthly projects.
I love how many other programs integrate with this software. It is a great project management tool for freelancers or agencies.
Easy to use, great customer service, and fun (yes a software can be fun).
Overall experience with Asana is good. Its easy to use and worth the money.
Asana has a good community and support that can help.
This has been a great management tool for our company, the integration of comms has been great and has allowed us to cut down on mails as which has been amazing.
The worst thing is that some resources are paid, which limits the use of the platform by people who cannot pay.
The paid version has some excellent functionality additions like dependencies and custom labels/tags, which can be really helpful.
Sometimes tickets get lost or buried but I feel that this comes down to user error and workload management and is not so much a fault of ht software or design.
Overall, I love that Asana is super easy to use, but also has more advanced features when you need them.
I find it very inconvenient that I can't copy tasks to another project on mobile. This is my only complaint about Asana.
Asana is awesome for project management especially when working with a team. It has an easy interface to use, it is great.
Limited storage space for the smaller plan which is inadequate for the bigger projects and notification sometimes get delayed.
So far it's been great, I looked at a couple of their competitors and Asana seemed to be the best. So far I'm happy with our decision.
Portfolios are great for keeping an eye on multiple projects. Having the ability to add tasks to multiple projects is a big plus and very helpful so that tasks can be seen from various perspectives.
I find this incredibly easy to use and helpful to plan future projects and tasks for each. It has a nice structure, which helps.
It’s nice to look at the tasks I have for the day or week in a manner that doesn’t have me scrolling so much or doing a lot to gain access to a task. The templates for projects help immensely too.
I love Asana because of the easy to navigate interface, visual organization, and ability to create custom fields that allow my agency to get the most out of our project setups.
This software program is great for our smaller team and cost effective as well. We are able to manage team projects and I like that we can set it up for recurring monthly projects.
I love how many other programs integrate with this software. It is a great project management tool for freelancers or agencies.
Easy to use, great customer service, and fun (yes a software can be fun).
Overall experience with Asana is good. Its easy to use and worth the money.
Asana has a good community and support that can help.
Rocket.Chat logo
4.3
149

The Leading Enterprise Communication Hub

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.4
    Ease of use
    4.3
    Features
    4.2
    Customer support
    4.1
Pros and Cons from Rocket.Chat users   
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+15
So we're very happy that we can collaborate directly with Rocket. Chat developers and hopefully having good relationship in the long term.
And about usability: first of all, it does lack some nice-to-haves here and there. It cannot be integrated with SharePoint, so there are no status updates when going in a meeting.
It's really good to use and good to create a public and private channel to do conversation in group. I also love the future of rocket chat API, so you can do a message programmatically.
It is difficult to locate old texts. There is no sending of audios.
It has some great features and it's great that you have so much control over the software as administrator.
All we want is a voice call. Most of our machines intentionally do not have webcams, yet we have no choice but to select "Video Chat" and then dismiss the dialogs warning us that no camera was found.
It's easy to use, didn't cost anything (if self-hosted) and helps us meet EU-GDPR requirements. Further it provides a nice app and a community, that constantly improves the chat and features.
Most of the time, I can't attach a file. There is no library of the images exchanged.
Rocket.chat is a great alternative to Slack with the possibility to run it without license costs on-premise. Documentation is good and a lot of Slack integrations also works with rocket.chat.
It can work on Your internal server, You can manage it by yourself, and thanks to that with the proper approach it can make your communication more secure.
Great product, user friendly, feature rich, ldap connectivity and doesn't require lots of ram, hd.
Rocket chat community support is very good. We can subscribe to different global channels for gaining knowledge.
I like the simplicity of this app. It is very easy to use and implement, providing real-time communication.
This is a great on-prem chat system and for sharing sensitive data that can't leave the office. Once the server was built it has been rock solid.
Good sites with documentation. You may install it into your own cloud/server.
OpenSource, free, and self hosted, gives us the freedom to manage and maintain a nationwide communications platform while keeping the costs very low.
The ability to add third-parties to meetings ad-hoc gives us a completely integrated solution.
Rocket Chat is easy to use, our team uses it daily. Intuitive and high-quality chat with all functions needed (e.g. private chats, hidden chats, ability to edit or delete messages).
So we're very happy that we can collaborate directly with Rocket. Chat developers and hopefully having good relationship in the long term.
And about usability: first of all, it does lack some nice-to-haves here and there. It cannot be integrated with SharePoint, so there are no status updates when going in a meeting.
It's really good to use and good to create a public and private channel to do conversation in group. I also love the future of rocket chat API, so you can do a message programmatically.
It is difficult to locate old texts. There is no sending of audios.
It has some great features and it's great that you have so much control over the software as administrator.
All we want is a voice call. Most of our machines intentionally do not have webcams, yet we have no choice but to select "Video Chat" and then dismiss the dialogs warning us that no camera was found.
It's easy to use, didn't cost anything (if self-hosted) and helps us meet EU-GDPR requirements. Further it provides a nice app and a community, that constantly improves the chat and features.
Most of the time, I can't attach a file. There is no library of the images exchanged.
Rocket.chat is a great alternative to Slack with the possibility to run it without license costs on-premise. Documentation is good and a lot of Slack integrations also works with rocket.chat.
It can work on Your internal server, You can manage it by yourself, and thanks to that with the proper approach it can make your communication more secure.
Great product, user friendly, feature rich, ldap connectivity and doesn't require lots of ram, hd.
Rocket chat community support is very good. We can subscribe to different global channels for gaining knowledge.
I like the simplicity of this app. It is very easy to use and implement, providing real-time communication.
This is a great on-prem chat system and for sharing sensitive data that can't leave the office. Once the server was built it has been rock solid.
Good sites with documentation. You may install it into your own cloud/server.
OpenSource, free, and self hosted, gives us the freedom to manage and maintain a nationwide communications platform while keeping the costs very low.
The ability to add third-parties to meetings ad-hoc gives us a completely integrated solution.
Rocket Chat is easy to use, our team uses it daily. Intuitive and high-quality chat with all functions needed (e.g. private chats, hidden chats, ability to edit or delete messages).
So we're very happy that we can collaborate directly with Rocket. Chat developers and hopefully having good relationship in the long term.
And about usability: first of all, it does lack some nice-to-haves here and there. It cannot be integrated with SharePoint, so there are no status updates when going in a meeting.
It's really good to use and good to create a public and private channel to do conversation in group. I also love the future of rocket chat API, so you can do a message programmatically.
It is difficult to locate old texts. There is no sending of audios.
It has some great features and it's great that you have so much control over the software as administrator.
All we want is a voice call. Most of our machines intentionally do not have webcams, yet we have no choice but to select "Video Chat" and then dismiss the dialogs warning us that no camera was found.
It's easy to use, didn't cost anything (if self-hosted) and helps us meet EU-GDPR requirements. Further it provides a nice app and a community, that constantly improves the chat and features.
Most of the time, I can't attach a file. There is no library of the images exchanged.
Rocket.chat is a great alternative to Slack with the possibility to run it without license costs on-premise. Documentation is good and a lot of Slack integrations also works with rocket.chat.
It can work on Your internal server, You can manage it by yourself, and thanks to that with the proper approach it can make your communication more secure.
Great product, user friendly, feature rich, ldap connectivity and doesn't require lots of ram, hd.
Rocket chat community support is very good. We can subscribe to different global channels for gaining knowledge.
I like the simplicity of this app. It is very easy to use and implement, providing real-time communication.
This is a great on-prem chat system and for sharing sensitive data that can't leave the office. Once the server was built it has been rock solid.
Good sites with documentation. You may install it into your own cloud/server.
OpenSource, free, and self hosted, gives us the freedom to manage and maintain a nationwide communications platform while keeping the costs very low.
The ability to add third-parties to meetings ad-hoc gives us a completely integrated solution.
Rocket Chat is easy to use, our team uses it daily. Intuitive and high-quality chat with all functions needed (e.g. private chats, hidden chats, ability to edit or delete messages).
MyHub logo
4.8
39

Cloud Based Intranet Solution

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.9
    Ease of use
    4.8
    Features
    4.6
    Customer support
    5.0
Pros and Cons from MyHub users   
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+13
They provided great advice, recommendations and tips on how to get the best out of the solution.
We thought about getting started with this software for a while. Don't make the same mistake.
It's very easy to use - I've already seen powerful updates - but very graphically based for the non-techy user. The ability to control permission for the users is also amazing.
Very little to dislike, really intuitive platform.
After looking at numerous options, we settled on MyHub and have been very happy since. This has allowed us to share the newest information company wide, all at a very affordable price.
Nothing to date, you just need to bear in mind that you are editing content live, although you are able to roll back if you make a mistake.
Excellent product and services - customer support outstanding.
There's a shallow but existent learning curve. Don't lose your work by mistake.
Ever since the increased need for remote work and access to a team that is scattered both locally and internation, this software was perfect for our needs and really made it easy for us.
Very good so far and customer support is very responsive.
Really great off-the-shelf tool; brilliant value for money.
Setting up and building our intranet and portal was fairly easy, and the customer support was quick and very helpful when needed.
Flexible, easy to use and setup, modern and great customer service.
That helped me manipulate some of the modules into what I was looking for exactly. I also like how you can set permission levels for pages and for sections on the pages.
The customer services is exceptional and very helpful. You don't have to know anything about coding to create an employee portal.
I was looking for a solution for quite a while. Many options I found were quite expensive, especially for a smaller business.
They provided great advice, recommendations and tips on how to get the best out of the solution.
We thought about getting started with this software for a while. Don't make the same mistake.
It's very easy to use - I've already seen powerful updates - but very graphically based for the non-techy user. The ability to control permission for the users is also amazing.
Very little to dislike, really intuitive platform.
After looking at numerous options, we settled on MyHub and have been very happy since. This has allowed us to share the newest information company wide, all at a very affordable price.
Nothing to date, you just need to bear in mind that you are editing content live, although you are able to roll back if you make a mistake.
Excellent product and services - customer support outstanding.
There's a shallow but existent learning curve. Don't lose your work by mistake.
Ever since the increased need for remote work and access to a team that is scattered both locally and internation, this software was perfect for our needs and really made it easy for us.
Very good so far and customer support is very responsive.
Really great off-the-shelf tool; brilliant value for money.
Setting up and building our intranet and portal was fairly easy, and the customer support was quick and very helpful when needed.
Flexible, easy to use and setup, modern and great customer service.
That helped me manipulate some of the modules into what I was looking for exactly. I also like how you can set permission levels for pages and for sections on the pages.
The customer services is exceptional and very helpful. You don't have to know anything about coding to create an employee portal.
I was looking for a solution for quite a while. Many options I found were quite expensive, especially for a smaller business.
They provided great advice, recommendations and tips on how to get the best out of the solution.
We thought about getting started with this software for a while. Don't make the same mistake.
It's very easy to use - I've already seen powerful updates - but very graphically based for the non-techy user. The ability to control permission for the users is also amazing.
Very little to dislike, really intuitive platform.
After looking at numerous options, we settled on MyHub and have been very happy since. This has allowed us to share the newest information company wide, all at a very affordable price.
Nothing to date, you just need to bear in mind that you are editing content live, although you are able to roll back if you make a mistake.
Excellent product and services - customer support outstanding.
There's a shallow but existent learning curve. Don't lose your work by mistake.
Ever since the increased need for remote work and access to a team that is scattered both locally and internation, this software was perfect for our needs and really made it easy for us.
Very good so far and customer support is very responsive.
Really great off-the-shelf tool; brilliant value for money.
Setting up and building our intranet and portal was fairly easy, and the customer support was quick and very helpful when needed.
Flexible, easy to use and setup, modern and great customer service.
That helped me manipulate some of the modules into what I was looking for exactly. I also like how you can set permission levels for pages and for sections on the pages.
The customer services is exceptional and very helpful. You don't have to know anything about coding to create an employee portal.
I was looking for a solution for quite a while. Many options I found were quite expensive, especially for a smaller business.
Staffbase logo
4.8
77

Mobile-first employee communication for large organizations

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.5
    Ease of use
    4.8
    Features
    4.3
    Customer support
    4.9
Pros and Cons from Staffbase users   
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+13
Best of all, is the extreme easy handling ot the staffbase tool, which the users and editors really appreciate. And it's really a pleasure to use /and work with the staffbase tool.
The representation often is not similiar to the desktop version or is completely destroyed.
Reliable, creative and innovative partner for internal communication processes.
In the beginning it was difficult to get all accounts connected. Time after time you need to regenerate the access to these accounts, which didn't always work as planned.
The support is quickly accessible and extremely friendly and helpful. The functions within the app are very intuitive.
If you had some of the tools on other platforms you might lose some features.
The look & feel of the App is simply great. Also, when we have any questions or recommendations, there is always someone from the Staffbase Customer Service that will help us out.
The only thing that is missing is a Confluence integration – with Atlassian only offering a stripped down app for general usage, this will be an important bridge to cover in the next months.
The built-in media center makes it possible to crop and edit images without even loading photoshop on your pc. It's super easy and super fast.
When questions arise, the project manager and/or suppport team is easy to reach. Very kind handling and helpful.
You can communicate fast, it is easy to use, you have a modern design that can be adapted to your branding, and you can be sure that there are regular innovative updates all over the year.
And if there should be any issues, the support team helps you quickly and finds solutions for your.
Yes, very easy to administrate; and easy to use for everyone. Clear layout, well-thought-out functionalities.
So far we have found a solution for all of our concerns with Staffbase. We really like that the app is constantly developing and adapting to the needs of the employees.
As I said, everything with a sense of proportion, so as not to overwhelm the very good user-friendliness. There are numerous integration options with existing systems e.g. to automate user management.
This app is easy to use and easy to integrate into our existing system. Our goal was to make information available to all employees.
Best of all, is the extreme easy handling ot the staffbase tool, which the users and editors really appreciate. And it's really a pleasure to use /and work with the staffbase tool.
The representation often is not similiar to the desktop version or is completely destroyed.
Reliable, creative and innovative partner for internal communication processes.
In the beginning it was difficult to get all accounts connected. Time after time you need to regenerate the access to these accounts, which didn't always work as planned.
The support is quickly accessible and extremely friendly and helpful. The functions within the app are very intuitive.
If you had some of the tools on other platforms you might lose some features.
The look & feel of the App is simply great. Also, when we have any questions or recommendations, there is always someone from the Staffbase Customer Service that will help us out.
The only thing that is missing is a Confluence integration – with Atlassian only offering a stripped down app for general usage, this will be an important bridge to cover in the next months.
The built-in media center makes it possible to crop and edit images without even loading photoshop on your pc. It's super easy and super fast.
When questions arise, the project manager and/or suppport team is easy to reach. Very kind handling and helpful.
You can communicate fast, it is easy to use, you have a modern design that can be adapted to your branding, and you can be sure that there are regular innovative updates all over the year.
And if there should be any issues, the support team helps you quickly and finds solutions for your.
Yes, very easy to administrate; and easy to use for everyone. Clear layout, well-thought-out functionalities.
S