At 15, as I typed away into AOL IM, I never imagined that chat could turn into a tool powering some of the greatest innovation in business, technology, science, and beyond. There’s even a name for this phenomenon: ChatOps.
Our recent app updates are packed with new features, from per-room notifications to avatars to quick search. In fact, there are so many new features that it’s easy to pass one by. That’s why we’ll be highlighting some of our favorite new features in our “HipTip” series, sharing with you the very newest and best of HipChat.
For today, follow me to the dark side…
When you’re a HipChat admin, great power comes with great responsibility. And that means being responsible for inviting and managing all your users. That’s no easy feat. Until now.
With the new Google Apps user sync, you’ll be able to invite your whole team at once and manage them all through Google Apps. Or, shall we say, let Google Apps manage users for you.
A big promise of technology is to make our lives simpler, and in some instances, to solve problems that we didn’t know existed in the first place.
Five years ago we didn’t think twice about hailing a cab or renting a car for the billions of local business trips taken every year. That is until Uber came into our lives and made something we do every day feel magically simple.
Zignal Labs is a real-time, cross media analytics company. Its platform allows customers to customize dashboards to analyze data across both social and traditional media sources. With nearly 100 employees in several locations collaborating closely to discuss platform issues and operations, Zignal Labs needed to find a desktop and mobile chat tool that could deliver frictionless communication.
Hold up, folks! The time is now for your short, little, tiny tip of the day that makes for a big, grand, and boisterous effect. That, my friends, is animated avatars. As in, use them.
You’re breaking the rules. Yes, you. Productivity guidelines say stay away from internet surfing like this. But, hey, while you’re here, you might as well learn a thing or two. Especially with the new year and all those…ahem…resolutions you made.
Here’s the deal: We all want to be more productive and do more with less time. Instead of telling you what we think you should do, we went to the experts. We’ve gathered the top trending articles about productivity in 2015 from TechCrunch, Inc., Business Insider, Fast Company, Fortune, Entrepreneur, Huffington Post, and LifeHack.