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Kaapi Alternatives

The best Kaapi alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    Create a feedback-focused culture in Slack with Matter!

  2. 19

    Upgrade your feedback culture. Build a psychologically safe feedback environment. Directly in Slack.

    freemium $75.0 / Monthly (Up to 49 Slack users)

  3. User onboarding made easy, for less. Create product walkthroughs in a couple of clicks, without breaking the bank.

    Try for free paid Free Trial $129.0 / Monthly (Onboarding Guides & Checklists, Integrations, In-app Surveys)

  4. 12

    Give and get 👍 simple, 🔁 continuous, and 🎯 actionable feedback with teamble.

  5. 15

    Get your startup more aligned & engaged with better 1-on-1s

  6. 13

    Meetings that Matter

    paid Free Trial $6.0 / Monthly (Per user)

  7. Get anonymous feedback from friends

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    Anonymous peer feedback via Slack

  9. 12

    Browse over 500+ icebreaker questions for any occasion.

  10. 10

    Coordination tools that teams actually love

  11. Get customer feedback in real time on your Slack channel

  12. Share what you've done with your team and give feedback

  13. 12

    Launch your feedback culture

  14. Open Slack, type your kudos message, tag your teammate and give your team visibility into celebration-worthy moments - appreciate the GOATs with optional gift cards, and boost company culture!

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