When on a call on Samepage, you now can react with an emoji to let others know what exactly you feel about the discussed topic. It shows with animation, so it gets noticed and then fades away as the topic of discussion changes.
Video calling is one of our crucial collaboration features. To be in touch is especially vital for co-located offices. During the last few weeks, we have been working hard improving our video calling solution.
It happens to all chats with multiple people eventually. Several distinct questions get asked at the same time, and people start chatting about them one over another. Various topics get discussed, replied, argued about, forgotten, lost, found, started over, argued about again, and so on. It's easy to get lost and hard to escape without a headache.
We borrowed Mark Zuckerberg's quote for the title of this post because we find it quite fitting. Let's see Samepage's take on it.
We bring you three improvements to our primary collaboration element: pages. It all starts with customer feedback.
We're always improving Samepage. For a couple of last weeks, we focused on the performance of our mobile app. That forced us to work on things that are not visible directly in the interface. But it was necessary, and it was worth the effort. We are so thrilled about these changes that we shot a quick video for you.
Teams in Samepage are where most of your work gets done, so it naturally makes sense for us to improve how you're able to work inside of your teams. Among the dozens of small improvements we make every month, two stand out for making life easier for our users.
Here at Samepage, we can't say we're surprised to hear Dropbox's latest announcement. They've revamped their platform, hoping to remain relevant in a space they once dominated: online collaboration.
We've spent the past few months bolstering the foundation of our team collaboration platform with a strong emphasis on communication & real-time content management. Now, with a solid collaborative foundation, and with the full power of our development team, we're moving full speed ahead on enhancing task management in our all-in-one platform.
"Consolidation is coming in the collaboration app space," says Ondrej Fryc, Managing Partner at Reflex Capital. "The number of apps people are using is unsustainable. The market is moving toward more feature-complete solutions, and Samepage has positioned itself perfectly."
This is huge. Today, we announce the availability of completely free group chat from Samepage. Unlimited everything, from historical chat search to screen sharing to concurrent group video calls. Unlimited 3rd-party integrations too. Why are we giving it all away for free? Read this blog post to find out.
First things first - all guests are now free. Plus, if you haven't had a chance to meet your new "People" screen yet, you'll see it was redesigned to make management of your members and guests easier.
Teamwork apps usually win awards for being great at the one thing they focus on: team communication, task management, productivity, file sharing, etc. You won't often see one app leading in multiple award categories, but in 2018, that's exactly what Samepage did. How? And more importantly, why? Allow us to send you into 2019 with the answers:
It's time to celebrate. Today, Samepage unveils a powerful new desktop design. It's been shaped, tweaked, tested, and polished by rockstar developers, designers, and power collaborators alike. We'd love to go on bragging about it, but the design speaks for itself, so we'll keep this short.
"From both a technological standpoint as well as a business standpoint, Samepage is ready to scale," said Ondřej Fryc, Managing Partner at Reflex Capital. "Samepage has outstanding customer satisfaction metrics. Once you meet the engineering and support teams, you know why. It's exciting to see this level of talent and experience under one roof, and it'll be very exciting to watch them continue to innovate."
Stop us if you've heard this before. A team of co-workers recognizes they need to work together more efficiently. With the pitfalls of their current digital tools in mind, they set out to create or find a better way to work together.
Freelancers are playing an increasing role in a global economy, with an estimated 34 percent of the workforce now working as independent contractors. This shift is revolutionizing the workplace, helping companies like yours to grow, scale and innovate more efficiently than ever. Why? It’s simple.
This one is for the jet-setting road warrior. We know you're proud to have that green dot on your avatar, letting your team know you're online 24x7. But sometimes you wish you could indicate that while you may be online, you're making big moves on the streets and might not be able to respond to everything immediately. Well, your wish is our command.
Multi-app workflows can be an IT security manager's worst nightmare. Why? Because security is only as strong as the weakest app in the chain, and because it's too easy to forget about the fine print in the corporate security policy when you're trying to impress colleagues with a new multi-app automated API workflow.
Instead of having just a single channel for the marketing team, separate marketing team pages help divide and organize multiple ongoing projects and conversations. Active pages float to the top of the page list, so relevant activity is always easy to spot.