Internal Communication Tools

Slack


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68%Startups Using


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JIRA


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19%Startups Using


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Google Hangouts


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20%Startups Using


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Skype


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15%Startups Using


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HipChat


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6%Startups Using


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join.me


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5%Startups Using


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Gmail


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4%Startups Using


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Confluence


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4%Startups Using


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UberConference


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4%Startups Using


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GoToMeeting


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3%Startups Using


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Outsourced


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2%Startups Using


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Zoom


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2%Startups Using


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Internal Communication Articles

A Day in Slack

Along with 66% of startups on Stacklist, Slack is part of the lifeblood of Stacklist. In our channel, called #danger (we’re badass, right?), we spend all day sending ideas, proposals, and the occasional gif (our founder Amanda loves the gifs, don’t you Amanda). Basically, we live in Slack.And that got us thinking about what a day through the Slack lens would look like. So, we’ve compiled our daily itinerary, from waking up to leaving work. Here’s our day in Slack:...

The 11 Best Collaboration Tools (That You're Not Already Using)

Collaboration is the lifeblood of every startup. Whether you’re logging onto [Skype] each day to talk to your remote team or piling into a conference room to catch up with your staff, there’s no way you’d be successful if that magical exchange of ideas, advice, inspiration, and guidance didn’t take place.And, of course, the right tools will make your collaboration even more effective. We’re sharing our 11 favorite collaboration tools that you’re not already...

Slack Crack: A balanced critique of startups’ favorite drug

Breaking news: Startups love [Slack]! 64% of the Stacklist community uses the Slack and, as we’ve said before, they’re not afraid to sing its praises—integrations, sleek interface, overall simplicity, etc. In addition to using Slack for internal communication, about 10% of startups are also putting it to work for file sharing and project management, and even a few are using it as a customer service tool.But there’s no perfect tool; even with its growing army of diehard...