Make Your Messenger Services Play Nice With M.io
Messaging apps are the backbone to any kind of collaboration for remote workers. Your team counts on one another to quickly get messages back and forth and dig into projects, ultimately effecting the bottom line.
Messaging has become more important to many startups and enterprise companies because you can quickly get your point across, send feedback and give updates with the hanging on found in text messages and without time consuming phone calls. Many companies also like the ability to archive messages in case something is forgotten at a later date and to give ownership to who says what.
Where things in the world of messaging get tricky is when you’re collaborating across teams or companies and one team is on Slack while the other is using Cisco Spark, and yet another is using Stride. If you want to pull the entire team into one chat you either have to download another app and set up a new account or relay messages back and forth. Until now.
M.io by Message.io is the cross platform messenger client that individuals, startups and businesses have been waiting for. Now it doesn’t matter that your dev team uses slack and your UX team is on Cisco Spark. M.io also means you don’t need to toggle back and forth between conversations, that can get super tricky.
M.io also allows users to set up group conversations with contacts across multiple companies in either private or public universal channels.
When you sign up for M.io you get your own profile page that you can easily share in an email signature or with clients and team members. People just go to your profile page, it doesn’t matter which client they’re using and they can quickly send you an incoming chat request.
M.io also supports file sharing in group or private chats. Now you can stick with the chat client that you prefer and still communicate with everyone you need to communicate with.
It’s easy to see why M.io is a top 50 finalist in the 2018 SXSW Accelerator. You can check them out at SXSW Interactive, March 9-13th in Austin and at m.io