The Best Team Messaging Tools of 2020
What's the best team messaging tool? What separates the good from the best? The messaging features, third-party integrations, and ease of use are aspects that can't be compromised.
From everyday users to collaboration tool experts, you've all chimed in. Here's the top three:
1. Slack: It's user-interface is very intuitive and easy to acclimate to. There's no shortage of messaging features and over 1,000 third-party app integrations to select from to streamline collaboration across different tools. Slack's help tools really blow all others out of water--between Slack bot and the online learning guides.
2. Microsoft Teams: Teams is a fantastic option if you already use Microsoft Office products for work, such as Outlook and SharePoint, as that removes the strenuous set up process. Beyond that, Teams could improve their third-party app integrations and customer service could be easier to contact. Otherwise, Teams contains all the same functionality as Slack, with just a little less ease.
3. Google Chat: Google is quickly evolving their remote collaboration tools to better accommodate GSuite users, hence the rise of Google Chat. Google Chat is very easy to use, and even in its infancy has the messaging and notification features that most office teams are looking for. We're just as anxious as you are to see how it progresses, but hoping that they focus on adding help tools and easy access to video calling.
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