Unison is a web-application that offers a faster, more organized way for teams to work together. Aimed at reducing group email and improving visibility for management, Unison helps teams efficiently move their projects through the pipeline from beginning to end.
Rather than relying on email for group communication, Unison relies on a series of online “rooms.” Create separate rooms for each of your teams or projects, and you can privately share status updates, files, and feedback. Each room you create will contain multiple topics, with comments underneath each. Rooms are private, which means only the people who’ve been personally invited to join a room are given access to the content you’ve posted. In fact, non-members can’t even see that a room has been created unless they’ve been invited to join. Rooms sync immediately across smartphones, tablets, and computers, so your team stays connected throughout the day.
Unison hasn’t forgotten the importance of one-on-one discussions, either. Users can chat privately through the platform via text, voice, or video at any time, and those conversations will sync immediately across all mobile devices. In addition to communicating with members of your own team, you can use Unison to communicate with people outside of your company (like clients or freelancers), as well.
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