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Eight of the most prominent team chat apps go head-to-head in a tournament to reveal the best alternative to Slack.
“It does everything Slack does, but for free!”
“My small nonprofit has been on the search for a team communication software that doesn't break the bank. Slack is great, but unfortunately, the free version wasn't cutting it for us.
Luckily, we stumbled across Pumble, and it's perfect! It does everything Slack does, but for free! It's very similar to Slack in terms of functionality. Very easy to use. The interface is great. You can have multiple workspaces as well.”
“A promising Slack alternative.”
“One of the main reasons we switched to Pumble from Slack was the fact that Slack was too expensive for us and the free version of it didn't keep the history of messages. Pumble has a free chat history feature included from the start which is very important for us. Another feature that we like a lot is the channels. ”
“Another thing that I will look into is to host Pumble on my own server.”
”Easy to use, simple and clean layout. Using the software is not really complicated and it does not have a steep learning curve. I also like that you can download the app. Good alternative for Slack or Teams if you don't need all the bells and whistles, just a basic chat platform. Another thing that I will look into is to host Pumble on my own server”
“It doesn’t have a limit on message and files history.”
“Overall, I find Pumble very easy to use. Same as much as Slack. In fact, we migrated everything from Slack to Pumble now. I do not worry about messages being deleted anymore. It doesn't have a limit on message and files history compared to Slack. This is what matter's most to me as I really would love to review messages from time to time to check message threads.”
“Pumble is pretty much like Slack but tons of free features.”
”Pumble is pretty much like Slack but tons of free features. I've been using Slack with my clients for many years and I wanted to implement something similar for my own team. But Slack free, does not let you add more than 5 team members, I didn't see such a limit in Pumble though. It's very easy to get start with, very easy to manage. Login and Operation is very easy.”
“Another feature that we like a lot is the channels!”
“One of the main reasons we switched to Pumble from Slack was the fact that Slack was too expensive for us and the free version of it didn't keep the history of messages. Pumble has a free chat history feature included from the start which is very important for us. Another feature that we like a lot is the channels.”
Access all your messages that have ever been sent to get context for past decisions or get new team members up to speed faster.
Keep Pumble and all the data your team shares on your own private server for maximum privacy and security.
When you upload a file to a channel, it will be stored in Pumble. Use 10GB free team storage for all images, links and other files.
Collaboration tools like Pumble helps you to communicate better and to keep all your discussions and shared documents in one place with an unlimited history of chat.
Besides the mandatory @general channel which you can use for all important announcements, create channels based on topics you wish to discuss. Use threads to keep conversations tidy and workspace organized.
Assign team members to their respective departments by using a feature called Groups. Share information in one click and inform only that particular group, e.g @support, @hr.
Creating private channels allows you to have space in Pumble just for you and your team. Discuss topics related to your team and prevent clutter on public channels by creating private channels.
But, if you still have some doubts about how to communicate in the Pumble dashboard, we’ve got answers to your most frequently asked questions about our software.
Use @channel or @here to let everyone know about important and relevant information.
@channel will trigger a notification for all members within the channel no matter if they have set their availability on active or away.
@here should be used when you wish to notify only those team members that are actively working inside that particular channel.
Pumble lets you search all history on public and private (if you are added) channels. Find all the relevant information with complete chat history available to you. Started working for a company that uses Pumble? Get on track by reading all their previous important announcements.
More questions? Visit Pumble’s Help Center