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Glip is a conversation platform to plan, share and organize work. Glip is built with text and video chat at its core and includes file sharing, collaborative task management, shared calendars, automatic version control, all integrated into each conversation stream. Glip is the only business messaging app with built-in productivity and integrations with Dropbox, JIRA, GitHub, Harvest, Stripe and more.https://media.trustradius.com/product-logos/P3/BE/TGT0D1IMTCVZ.pngGreat product at a reasonable price point. Lacks integrations.Across the whole company we use a Glip competitor but Glip is being used in a project for a client, the client itself asked us to use Glip instead of the program we use for other projects. For our clients, and ultimately for us, Glip provides a good service at a lower price tag, compared to similar products.,Ease of use: It is extremely easy to use Glip and its features. Ease of adoption: You can start using Glip in a couple of minutes and scale its use to the whole team, no hassle. Scalability: This products scales well both in users and in pricing.,Integrations with other products: Glip has some integrations but not all you would like. There are a dozen or more apps you can use the product with, but your team might have the need to connect the app with another popular product or service that Glip still does not have (Confluence, for example). Can't create bots or custom integrations (?): As far as I know, you cannot create bots or custom integrations with other apps. Performance: Looks a bit slow to start for the first time, the app will load slower than other apps. Not sure if this is because I work on a large team or anything else, but the feeling that Glip loads slower than anything else makes me think that the app's performance has some room for improvement.,8,Less money to be paid for the same service.,HipChat and Slack,Slack, Fortinet FortiGate, Laravel PHP Framework,100,,Discussing technical information Sharing information across the organization,Sharing memes (?),9,Yes,Price,Would not change a thing, the comparison was just a matter of features offered vs. features needed over price.,Direct messages Group chats Team chats,Notifications are not shown sometimes,Yes,8,Google Drive,Confluence,Single Signon,10,To users: Use what you got and use as much as you can from integrations. If you need complex actions such as hooks, bots adn the like, look elsewhere. To Glip: add a way to include custom integrations or an easier to find guide on the matter.very good and qualitativeWe are not using this tool in the whole organization, but only in the department I'm working in. It helps the team to solve call issues and, more specifically, video call issues. We use this tool for our B2B calls because it's such a professional software and the quality is very good.,Quality of the video calls. Invitation to calls/meeting planner. Ease of connection.,Chat can be improved To have the functionality to share files,8,Quality of the tool is very positive and helps to have good communication with customers.,Skype,Salesforce.comCheck it out if you want ONE app for scheduling, management, and communicationAs a tech startup, we were looking for a way to streamline tools. And I needed a good task management system that will seamlessly integrate with iCal. We didn't want to have to use four different applications to communicate internally and two others to communicate externally. Glip allows us to do it all in one place! It provides us with task management, project management, scheduling, chat, and video conferencing. And you can set up an iCal calendar to automatically drop tasks into their timeslot. I love that feature.,Task management -- both as an individual and as a team. It's easy to assign tasks and monitor progress. Video conferencing -- we use Glip to host calls. I appreciate the ability to host a call and manage tasks immediately within the same application. Scheduling -- schedule meetings and tasks, and they will immediately appear in your calendar.,User Experience -- it can sometimes be confusing knowing whether you're looking at your personal tasks or that of the group.,10,Glip has made it immensely more practical to manage team meetings, coordinate tasks, and hold video conferences. While some other apps might have a simpler user interface, you pay the price in having to adopt multiple applications to get the job done.,Zoom, Slack and WunderlistAs the Challenger in a saturated market with huge players, Glip deserves creditGlip, along with other tools from the same ecosystem such as Ring, was deployed to our organization as a natural response to a process of "shadow IT" creeping into several groups that were using their own groupware tool. Glip is used as a team communication and synchronization tool.,Email replacement "Total recall" for communications Classification of communications over teams (=channels),No clear marketplace of add-ons Underdog, other tools are used more broadly Better integration with Office would be good,6,Reduction of email overload,Slack, Asana and Skype for Business,SugarCRM, BoxFantastic Team Communication and Task-list App!We have a distributed team with team members in Hawaii, Washington, Colorado, Florida, North Carolina and Brazil. We use Glip to stay in touch. It allows us to see who is online and available, and we can send messages to individuals or teams. The task lists are fantastic because any message that has an action required can be turned into a task, assigned to a team member, and given a due date. They can even be color coded! Additionally, we use the Notes feature to retain important information that the team uses. We love Glip!,The chat functionality of Glip is fantastic, and even their mobile app is really good. The software is truly platform-agnostic. My team uses Mac, Windows and Chrome OS as well as iOS and Android. The task functionality is well-designed and intuitive. It's very helpful to have access to tasks regardless of device or location, and the ability to create tasks from messages is surprisingly handy. The notes functionality is a great way to store information that the whole team or just a few members need access to. We also use it for mark-up occasionally, since it has the ability to leave comments pinned to a location on the document or image. We have the option of inviting clients to join Glip. This isn't something my team uses at this point, but it's an option.,The only thing I'd like to change is that Glip doesn't have very many integrations. I hope as it gains in popularity that integrations with other software will become available.,10,Glip is our primary team communication tool, and helps to keep my team on task and working together.,Bitrix24,Paymo, WordPress, DashlaneGlip is a great tool!We use Glip as an inter-company communication tool to help keep quick conversations out of email. We also create project teams to communicate both internally and externally, and use tasks assigned to individuals with due dates to keep track of to-do items.,Manages tasks within a team or project group Injects fun into chat conversations with GIFs Allows for quick one-on-one questions to be answered quickly,Would love it if Glip had a survey feature, so you could survey a team on a topic Calendar interface could be better,10,Have not been using Glip long enough to know if it is having a significant impact on our business objectives, but employees love using it,Skype for Business,RingCentral, QuickBooks OnlineGlip is GREAT! Highly RecommendedGlip is used across our organization and is our central tool for communication.,Group conversation by department Integrates with various APIs to ping us based on certain activity Manage bugs and website enhancements across multiple departments,Allow the ability to move a conversation when a hyperlink is involved. Currently not able to do this. Glip is aware and hopefully working on it. Add a more robust search feature to find old conversations. Search query time could also be sped up. Add reminder notifications. When tasks are added, it is sometimes easy to overlook older tasks.,10,It is hard to quantify, but it has certainly made our organization more effective and efficient with all aspects of communication.,PodioGreat product with a few issues.We use Glip across our whole organization. We use it to communicate within our teams as well as to communicate with individuals throughout our offices.,Ease of communication Fun features with the gif function Easy to attach files,Frequently is down for product updates Freezes or is not able to be used at times Layout could be improved,7,Stronger communication between employees. Lends well to our culture with the gifs and fun chat capabilities. Dead time when product is updating. Unable to communicate when glitches or errors with the product occur. Faster communication response time with employees.,Google Hangouts and Slack,Google Hangouts, Slack, RingCentralIs Glip As Good As Slack? (Almost...But It's Free!)We used Glip as our internal chat program (like Slack). The entire company used it, and everyone was free to create new channels (public or private) if they wanted to and invite whoever they wanted. It was a great way to quickly communicate across the company where email would have been too slow and physically going and seeing the person would have been too interruptive.,Internal chat for a company. Integrates well with RingCentral apps. The fun stuff (gifs, emojis) were good for the most part.,More ways to react to a message than just a "like". There were some glitches (profile pictures that were changed but didn't take effect, messages getting sent repeatedly, etc) that could be resolved.,7,Because Glip was free, it helped us save money on our chat app. While not a crucial part of the business, the costs of software for your company add up and it was nice that, in this case, it did not add to our expenses. This isn't really Glip directly, but we used it because we were using RingCentral Meetings for video conferencing with clients, and unfortunately RingCentral Meetings was a bit difficult to use. This was often the client doing things wrong, but it was annoying to have frequent audio feedback, etc. So if that is part of your reason to use Glip, check out if you have any problems there first.,Slack and HipChat,Basecamp, MozGlip - The Best Team Collaboration Tool on the WebOur whole marketing team uses Glip on a daily basis to speed up our productivity. Glip has allowed us to move away from our typical email inboxes and actually collaborate and work in real-time. With the release of their new desktop notifications you can keep working and just chime in when it relates to you. From creating tasks, to private message different team members, to creating Google hangouts for remote team meetings, to posting humorous animated gifs to relieve some stress. Glip is an amazing team product and worth every penny!,Easy and Simple Task Management Integration with Google Hangout Collaboration Real-Time Sharing Files and Proofs with the team,Needs exporting of tasks to CSV Needs repeating tasks,10,Huge increase in employee efficiency Better Workflows Better collaboration between team members Everyone is now in the loop,Basecamp,redbooth,10,No,10,Yes,There was a bug one morning with Glip refreshing... I hopped on and chatted with the CEO of Glip, he immediately reached out to his team and they had it resolved within minutes.,Chat File Sharing Proofing Video Meetings,None that I can think of,Yes,10
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Score 8 out of 10
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Across the whole company we use a Glip competitor but Glip is being used in a project for a client, the client itself asked us to use Glip instead of the program we use for other projects.

For our clients, and ultimately for us, Glip provides a good service at a lower price tag, compared to similar products.
  • Ease of use: It is extremely easy to use Glip and its features.
  • Ease of adoption: You can start using Glip in a couple of minutes and scale its use to the whole team, no hassle.
  • Scalability: This products scales well both in users and in pricing.
  • Integrations with other products: Glip has some integrations but not all you would like. There are a dozen or more apps you can use the product with, but your team might have the need to connect the app with another popular product or service that Glip still does not have (Confluence, for example).
  • Can't create bots or custom integrations (?): As far as I know, you cannot create bots or custom integrations with other apps.
  • Performance: Looks a bit slow to start for the first time, the app will load slower than other apps. Not sure if this is because I work on a large team or anything else, but the feeling that Glip loads slower than anything else makes me think that the app's performance has some room for improvement.
Glip is great for teams needing real-time communications, no matter if chat or voice, at a reasonable price. [It] Might not be suitable for teams needing lots of integrations or custom hooks and actions.
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Karim Mahroug profile photo
Score 8 out of 10
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We are not using this tool in the whole organization, but only in the department I'm working in. It helps the team to solve call issues and, more specifically, video call issues. We use this tool for our B2B calls because it's such a professional software and the quality is very good.
  • Quality of the video calls.
  • Invitation to calls/meeting planner.
  • Ease of connection.
  • Chat can be improved
  • To have the functionality to share files
We are dealing with B2B contacts and clients and we often have to call them. This tool helps us plan and invite those contacts and clients in the correct way so our work is very professional. This tool can be improved by developing a proper chat to share information.
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Joe &quot;JC&quot; Cross profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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As a tech startup, we were looking for a way to streamline tools. And I needed a good task management system that will seamlessly integrate with iCal. We didn't want to have to use four different applications to communicate internally and two others to communicate externally.
Glip allows us to do it all in one place! It provides us with task management, project management, scheduling, chat, and video conferencing. And you can set up an iCal calendar to automatically drop tasks into their timeslot. I love that feature.
  • Task management -- both as an individual and as a team. It's easy to assign tasks and monitor progress.
  • Video conferencing -- we use Glip to host calls. I appreciate the ability to host a call and manage tasks immediately within the same application.
  • Scheduling -- schedule meetings and tasks, and they will immediately appear in your calendar.
  • User Experience -- it can sometimes be confusing knowing whether you're looking at your personal tasks or that of the group.
I would recommend Glip for any company that wants to minimize applications, which in my mind should be every company. If I can easily schedule meetings, manage tasks and projects, and communicate via chat and video in one place, why would I need to learn any other application?
However, if you must use the tools your clients use, you might be forced to use Slack, Skype, Zoom, or a number of other apps. But I would encourage your clients to adopt one system, if at all possible.
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Score 6 out of 10
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Glip, along with other tools from the same ecosystem such as Ring, was deployed to our organization as a natural response to a process of "shadow IT" creeping into several groups that were using their own groupware tool. Glip is used as a team communication and synchronization tool.
  • Email replacement
  • "Total recall" for communications
  • Classification of communications over teams (=channels)
  • No clear marketplace of add-ons
  • Underdog, other tools are used more broadly
  • Better integration with Office would be good
Being a new entrant (in other words, a Challenger to more established players), Glip should try harder to delight users. I feel that it covers well all the basic use cases, but so do similar tools that are already proven and validated. The switching cost for this type of communication platform is big.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We have a distributed team with team members in Hawaii, Washington, Colorado, Florida, North Carolina and Brazil. We use Glip to stay in touch. It allows us to see who is online and available, and we can send messages to individuals or teams. The task lists are fantastic because any message that has an action required can be turned into a task, assigned to a team member, and given a due date. They can even be color coded! Additionally, we use the Notes feature to retain important information that the team uses. We love Glip!
  • The chat functionality of Glip is fantastic, and even their mobile app is really good. The software is truly platform-agnostic. My team uses Mac, Windows and Chrome OS as well as iOS and Android.
  • The task functionality is well-designed and intuitive. It's very helpful to have access to tasks regardless of device or location, and the ability to create tasks from messages is surprisingly handy.
  • The notes functionality is a great way to store information that the whole team or just a few members need access to. We also use it for mark-up occasionally, since it has the ability to leave comments pinned to a location on the document or image.
  • We have the option of inviting clients to join Glip. This isn't something my team uses at this point, but it's an option.
  • The only thing I'd like to change is that Glip doesn't have very many integrations. I hope as it gains in popularity that integrations with other software will become available.
Any company that needs a chat application should probably take a close look at Glip. It's very robust and incredibly useful. However, if you need a platform that integrates with your accounting system or some other software, Glip may not fit the bill.
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Susan Thomas profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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We use Glip as an inter-company communication tool to help keep quick conversations out of email. We also create project teams to communicate both internally and externally, and use tasks assigned to individuals with due dates to keep track of to-do items.
  • Manages tasks within a team or project group
  • Injects fun into chat conversations with GIFs
  • Allows for quick one-on-one questions to be answered quickly
  • Would love it if Glip had a survey feature, so you could survey a team on a topic
  • Calendar interface could be better
Glip is well suited to small to mid-sized companies needing to reduce reliance on email for all communication.
It might be less appropriate with very large teams or companies.
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Paul Ellul profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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Glip is used across our organization and is our central tool for communication.
  • Group conversation by department
  • Integrates with various APIs to ping us based on certain activity
  • Manage bugs and website enhancements across multiple departments
  • Allow the ability to move a conversation when a hyperlink is involved. Currently not able to do this. Glip is aware and hopefully working on it.
  • Add a more robust search feature to find old conversations. Search query time could also be sped up.
  • Add reminder notifications. When tasks are added, it is sometimes easy to overlook older tasks.
Glip is fantastic for working on the go. I am constantly in touch with what is happening based on the APIs we have set up.
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Katie McKinlay profile photo
Score 7 out of 10
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We use Glip across our whole organization. We use it to communicate within our teams as well as to communicate with individuals throughout our offices.
  • Ease of communication
  • Fun features with the gif function
  • Easy to attach files
  • Frequently is down for product updates
  • Freezes or is not able to be used at times
  • Layout could be improved
Glip is great on a company setting. I like the functionality of being able to create teams because it keeps our team up to date on what is happening and we can start action items based on what needs to get done.
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Lee L Kennedy profile photo
Score 7 out of 10
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We used Glip as our internal chat program (like Slack). The entire company used it, and everyone was free to create new channels (public or private) if they wanted to and invite whoever they wanted. It was a great way to quickly communicate across the company where email would have been too slow and physically going and seeing the person would have been too interruptive.
  • Internal chat for a company.
  • Integrates well with RingCentral apps.
  • The fun stuff (gifs, emojis) were good for the most part.
  • More ways to react to a message than just a "like".
  • There were some glitches (profile pictures that were changed but didn't take effect, messages getting sent repeatedly, etc) that could be resolved.
Glip is a really good chat app, but is especially a good choice if you are using other RingCentral programs (RingCentral calls, RingCentral meetings for video conferencing, etc). This is the biggest selling point for the platform. The basic program is free, so you don't have to pay extra for full storage like you do with Slack.
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Brian Jackson profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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Our whole marketing team uses Glip on a daily basis to speed up our productivity. Glip has allowed us to move away from our typical email inboxes and actually collaborate and work in real-time. With the release of their new desktop notifications you can keep working and just chime in when it relates to you. From creating tasks, to private message different team members, to creating Google hangouts for remote team meetings, to posting humorous animated gifs to relieve some stress. Glip is an amazing team product and worth every penny!
  • Easy and Simple Task Management
  • Integration with Google Hangout
  • Collaboration Real-Time
  • Sharing Files and Proofs with the team
  • Needs exporting of tasks to CSV
  • Needs repeating tasks
Glip feels right at home with a marketing and creative team. You must first ask yourself, are you tired of emailing all the time? Would working in real-time save you time? Do you share files all the time with your colleagues? If you answered yes to any of these questions then Glip can definitely benefit you.
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About Glip

Glip is a conversation platform to plan, share and organize work. Glip is built with text and video chat at its core and includes file sharing, collaborative task management, shared calendars, automatic version control, all integrated into each conversation stream. Glip is the only business messaging app with built-in productivity and integrations with Dropbox, JIRA, GitHub, Harvest, Stripe and more.

Glip Features

Project Management Features
Has featureTask Management
Does not have featureGantt Charts
Does not have featureScheduling
Does not have featureWorkflow Automation
Does not have featureMobile Access
Does not have featureFile tracking
Does not have featureTagging
Does not have featureSearch
Does not have featureIntegrates with other Project Management Tools
Does not have featureVisual planning tools
Communication Features
Does not have featureChat
Does not have featureStatus updates and activity feed
Does not have featureNotifications
Does not have featureComments and feedback
Does not have featureDiscussions
Does not have featureUser directory and online status
Does not have featureSharing and privacy
Does not have featureSurveys
Does not have featureInternal knowledgebase
Does not have featureIntegrates with Skype
Does not have featureIntegrates with GoToMeeting
Does not have featureIntegrates with Gmail and Google Hangouts
Does not have featureIntegrates with Outlook
File Sharing & Management Features
Does not have featureVersioning
Does not have featureDocument files
Does not have featureImage files
Does not have featureVideo files
Does not have featureAudio files
Does not have featureDocument collaboration
Does not have featureShared folders
Does not have featureAccess control
Does not have featureAdvanced security features
Does not have featureIntegrates with Google Drive
Does not have featureIntegrates with SharePoint
Does not have featureDevice sync
Does not have featureWeb interface
Does not have featureFile change notifications
Does not have featureSimultaneous editing
Additional Features
Has featureBusiness Messaging
Has featureVideo Chat
Has featureBuilt In Integrations
Has featureFully Searchable
Has featureCalendar
Has featureAnnotations

Glip Integrations

Glip Competitors

Pricing

Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
Has featureFree or Freemium Version Available?Yes
Does not have featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?No
Entry-level set up fee?No

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Glip Technical Details

Deployment Types:SaaS
Operating Systems: Unspecified
Mobile Application:Apple iOS, Android