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  1. A messaging app for teams who see through the Earth!

    PSA (and request for advice) Google oAuth and inappropriate... about 1 day ago

    I blocked slack.com in our filter and blocked all the app IDs in Google API App Access Control. Small issue left is that some of our staff use slack and login with their school google account. Is there a way to set the access based on Google O/U?
  2. Microsoft Teams provides the enterprise-level security, compliance and management features you expect from Office 365, including broad support for compliance standards, and eDiscovery and legal hold for channels, chats, and files.

  3. GC

    Google Chat

    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  4. Step up your game with a modern voice & text chat app. Crystal clear voice, multiple server and channel support, mobile apps, and more.

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  5. Mattermost is an open source alternative to Slack.

    Any Slack/Discord alternatives for arm64 architecture ? about 13 days ago:

    More leaning to the Slack side, but Mattermost could be an option for you.
  6. Time Machine for Meetings. Your Team's Workspace that Records Meetings Automatically. Stork is a Voice and Video Messenger with a powerful Screen Recording for asynchronous presentations. Fewer meetings. No more missed meetings.

    freemium $9.99 / Monthly (annualized)

    5 Best Slack Apps for Remote Team Productivity about about 1 year ago

    I think you can also try Stork as a good alternative.