Replace old email inbox and streamline communication with channels, direct messages and threads.
With Pumble channels, direct messages and threads replace long email exchanges and save a lot of time. Pumble is an app for teams to send and receive messages and files, as well as to make important decisions related to a certain theme, all in one place.
Let coworkers know when you’re out of the office (or simply too busy).
Use status to notify people of upcoming vacations or to let them know when you'll be returning from a holiday. In the case that teammates begin writing you a direct message, they'll be able to see your current status and know that it will take some time to receive a response.
Share files with the whole team at once without annoying cc’ing and checking if you’re included everybody.
When you have one place for all team messages, like you have channels in Pumble, there’s no need for additional email addresses. In one place you start discussions, share files and ideas, and settle meetings.
Acknowledge that you received someone’s message in a faster and less intrusive way.
With Pumble, you can avoid these situations and use emoji to react to a message so your teammates know your opinion. When you’ve worked with the same coworkers for a period of time, they’ll immediately know what your️ emojis means.
Pumble is a business messaging app. It's a space where all of your teams, partners,
and customers, join forces no matter where or when you're working.
Because every information in Pumble channels is searchable, there's no need to send dozens of new emails to the people who's joining your workspace.
Pumble brings internal and external teams together across locations, time zones and working styles, instead of limited work to email’s segmented communication.
If you use your keyboard to get around, Pumble has shortcuts to help you navigate quickly from one area to another.
Collaborating in email opens up the risk of spam and phishing. In Pumble, you can work securely with partners, vendors or customers.
Manage who can create and archive channels, invite members, remove them from channels, post in public channels and other permissions.