What is Commons?
It is a voice-based communication platform that recreates an office-like environment where you can jump in and out of conversations with your team. It’s super easy to use: Login with Slack. Tap to talk. See the team on 1 screen. Record, transcribe, and assign action items. Connect like you’re in the same room.
Commons is a tool in the Web and Video Conferencing category of a tech stack.
Who uses Commons?
13 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Commons.
- Customize your space
- Answer quick Qs that require a brief chat
- Host daily stand-ups and post-meeting ‘parking lot’ convos
- Coordinate for launch days
- Drop-in for water-cooler chats
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