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Streamline your workflow and get rid of bottlenecks when it comes to team collaboration
With Hall’s help you can easily and quickly manage one-on-one or in-group conversations with various users in or out of the network without using the email address.
The best part is that Hall keeps your data, messages and files synchronized across multiple desktops and mobiles devices.
In other words, you can start a conversation on your Mac and continue it from your iOS or Android devices without missing a thing.
Effortlessly transfer files, exchange messages and keep everybody updated
All your messages and files are securely stored in the cloud and automatically synchronized with all linked devices. As a result, Hall helps you send messages and exchange documents with co-workers, clients and customers privately or in large groups create for a seamless collaboration.
From Hall’s main window you have access to most available tools and features, a fact that makes it easy for you to create chat groups and invite as many participants as you need. Your groups can be private or open for everybody to join.
The powerful built-in search form helps you find what you need in seconds
In addition to exchanging messages, Hall also helps you transfer files, share links and pictures using Hall’s cloud service. The built-in search form enables you to find previous conversations, files and contacts directly from within Hall.
Thanks to Hall, you can stay updated with what is happening with your other online services by integrating Bitbucket, Jenkins, Github, Hubot, UserVoice, New Relic, Pivotal Tracker, Heroku, Crashlytics, Zapier, Zendesk and others.
On top of that, Hall helps you manage the member list, change the group and notification settings and decide what type of notification would you like to use for you and your team.
Hall was reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on January 16th, 2015
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.6 or later (Intel only)
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