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This article was published on August 19, 2015

Speak, a video chat platform that’s a lot like Slack, adds support for multiple teams

Speak, a video chat platform that’s a lot like Slack, adds support for multiple teams
Nate Swanner
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Simple communications platform Speak is getting a bit more dynamic. Today, the company is launching support for multiple teams.

Before today, companies with multiple teams operated in silos. While Speak (formerly Sqwiggle) allowed crews to access video and voice chat, migrating away from your group was impossible.

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Now you can pop in and out of team environments as needed. Speak also allows for screensharing, making it a real-time collaborative tool as well as a virtual office.

Speak works alongside your existing chat tools, like Slack. For those times you just need to have a quick video or voice chat — or share your screen — Speak comes in prety handy, especially for remote teams.

Speak

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