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.
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.
This round of design changes focused on content within your teams. What was once a full column of team content (members & guests, chat, tasks, files, pages, etc.) is now a sleek, less intrusive, yet more useful display across the top of your desktop screen.
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.
For those of you who were already using Samepage to showcase your powerhouse project & event management skills, Samepage calendars were probably at the core of your workflow.
Social media. You love it. You hate it. Either way, you probably need it. Most organizations today have some kind of social media presence that needs to be monitored.
"When I was a kid, one person opened a powerpoint file, worked on it, and then sent it to the next person." Yeah, well not anymore grandpa. In Samepage, multiple people can work on a page at the same time and then show it off with our new full-screen "Presenter Mode".
You can now share a page with anyone in the world, regardless of whether or not they're on Samepage. This is perfect for teams that need to easily launch content-rich pages on to the internet without waiting for a web coder to help make them look nice.