Was ist Twist?
Twist ist Messaging für KMU, Start-ups und Remote-Teams, die von der ständigen Echtzeit-Kommunikation erschöpft sind.
Twist fördert konzentriertes Arbeiten und hilft deinem Team, sich dem typischen Arbeitsalltag zu entziehen und nicht mehr durch ständige Besprechungen, E-Mails und Chats unterbrochen zu werden.
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Wer verwendet Twist?
Für die Teams, die eine ruhigere, besser organisierte und produktivere Art der Kommunikation und Zusammenarbeit wünschen.
Wo kann Twist bereitgestellt werden?
Cloud, SaaS, webbasiert, Mac (Desktop), Windows (Desktop), Android (mobil), iPhone (mobil), iPad (mobil)
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Kosten ähnlicher Produkte wie Twist vergleichen
- Alarmfunktion / Benachrichtigungen
- Bearbeiten in Echtzeit
- Daten-Import / -Export
- Diskussionen / Foren
- Mobiler Zugriff
- Rollen-basierte Genehmigung
- Suchen / filtern
- Umfragen & Feedback
- Werkzeuge zur Zusammenarbeit
- Zugriffskontrollen / Berechtigungen
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Bewertungen über Twist
An excellent digital tool for asynchronous team communication
The one thing I'd like to mention, which isn't about a feature itself but more about a company philosophy (or, at least, it appears so), is Twist's emphasis on asynchronous, so on communication that doesn't happen at the same time. When it comes to the platform itself, my favorite feature is the Integrations that are available in Twist – one in particular: the Team Check-In. With the Team Check-In feature, you can create specific automated and recurring posts being published on Twist. This is powerful, especially if you're thinking about hosting a weekly standup meeting with the members of your team, you could use the automated Team Check-In coming into the picture and then have other members interact with something that was shared as part of the Team Check-In Automation.
I personally think that Twist is a very valuable tool for team communication, especially for the asynchronous. However, there's one feature I feel could be improved: the ability to navigate different threads. Finding a specific word, sentence or piece of advice you shared somewhere on Twist should be something that's found quickly and easily – but, unfortunately, that isn't often the case.
Kommentare: The whole team loved it because now instead of being distracted every time someone sends a message in some channel, people could finally spend time doing productive work and checking their email and Twist notifications when they want.
Threaded conversations are a killer feature. It's not a Slack-type thread where you can easily get lost, especially when trying to keep up with more than one thread. Twist threads resemble forum where you open or subscribe to topics and participate in meaningful conversations. Another feature I absolutely love is selecting people to notify when creating a new thread. It makes you consider who this message is important to before sending unlike with other messengers where everyone gets notified unless they mute the whole channel.
When we migrated from Twist alternative that was "noisier" and synchronous, we had a separate channel with real-time status updates from our CI server, uptime notifications, and real-time errors. This was a bit hard to do with Twist since it wasn't meant for that.
Wanted a Slack alternative, but couldn't find it here.
Kommentare: Not many. It did help me realize just how ingrained Slack has become in our company, for better or for worse.
The design is pretty clean, and the app definitely feels focused down to purely communication. The website is pretty clear on its functionality and feature availability across pricing tiers.
Perhaps I just need to retrain my brain, now that I've been using Slack and Hipchat so much, but I found the overall experience to be pretty confusing. I used Twist to kickstart a project at work and hoped to use that as a way to learn the app and create buy-in across the organization, but after using it I realized it wouldn't replace the functionality Slack provides.
Very good to async companies
I'm a heavy user of Slack but sometimes Slack bothers you too much when you receive too many messages. On Twist, you can easily decide to answer threads later. It's very good if the drives are in this direction because everyone in the company needs to understand that it's a tool for async work and you may not receive an answer right away.
It's expensive as the number of users grows. It demands a shift of mentality of the whole company so it may be difficult to implement in some companies.
Fantastic for contractors/freelancers/project managers
Kommentare: Outstanding! I am a very sensitive, focused, sensible, and accommodating contractor with my clients and team members. Twist has helped me to set healthy boundaries with them.
I love the fact that I am able to focus on my work without getting interrupted by any notifications. I am very disciplined with my time and I get bothered by unexpected notifications or random questions from colleagues. With Twist it requires users to create threads for any topic/questions - it makes the user think though and post an organized question that is though through and tag only people to it is addressed to. I moved from Slack to Twist and I don't regret it. I am super thankful for this platform help me to create a more sensible work environment.
EMOJIs :) Although I understand that Twist has purposely limited the emoji options for users not to be distracted. But that is the only thing I miss. Perhaps I will get used to it.