Atlassian is one of the largest businesses that deal with workplace software. This creator of JIRA, Confluence, and HipChat has now tackled the workplace chat arena.
Better Than Slack?
Stride focuses on taking action. It goes beyond the emojis and helps employees get to the tasks at hand.
Stride allows users to share what they’re working on and mute specific channels.
“While You Were Away”
To make life easier once you come back from the “Focus Mode,” new messages are broken up by channel and person. The program also aggregates what was done, such as tasks, decisions, or just a new note.
Any room and any person in Stride can start a meeting. A user to join in via video or audio. There is no need to move to a third-party area. People can be invited by phone numbers, thereby allowing those that are not directly within the company to take part in a meeting.
Stride is free for any size teams. There is a paid tier of $3 per user. Participants have unlimited messaging storage and screen sharing access.