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This article was published on November 28, 2017

Silicon Valley uses CloudApp to collaborate – and right now it’s just $30

Silicon Valley uses CloudApp to collaborate – and right now it’s just $30
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Collaboration is the drive behind most modern businesses so there are understandably more communication tools than ever to choose from. So how do you decide? Well, if it’s any help, companies like Slack, HBO, Facebook, GitHub, FourSquare, and much more all use CloudApp as their preferred sharing and remote collaboration tool.

This all-inclusive platform allows you to capture, annotate, and share anything from screenshots to GIFs to video recordings with your team members so you can communicate exactly what you need in just seconds. Utilizing personal, fully customizable “drop screens,” CloudApp allows you to control who can access the content you share and for how long. Plus, it allows you to organize your own drops, see who has viewed them from where, and much more to completely streamline your workflow.

Finding you can’t do something in CloudApp? One of its chief calling cards is the ability to integrate with hundreds of third-party services, including Slack, HipChat, JIRA, Zendesk, GitHub, and many more to accommodate any tasks needed to be done.

This feature-rich service typically retails at over $1,000 for a two-member lifetime plan, but right now we’re offering lifetime access to a Team Plan for just $29.99 from TNW Deals. That includes 4GB/file shares each day, unlimited screenshots, unlimited annotations and drawings, unlimited screen recording, 1 full minute of GIF capture, and much more, all for 97 percent off.