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Task Management (11)
Per User Per Month
Entry-level set up fee?
- No setup fee
- Free Trial
- Free/Freemium Version
- Premium Consulting / Integration Services
Glip was a conversation platform to plan, share and organize work. Glip featured text and video chat at its core, with file sharing, collaborative task management, shared calendars, and automatic version control. Glip was acquired by RingCentral in 2015 and is no longer available standalone, though its features are included in RingCentral Video.
- Supported: Task Management
- Supported: Business Messaging
- Supported: Video Chat
- Supported: Built In Integrations
- Supported: Fully Searchable
- Supported: Calendar
- Supported: Annotations
Glip (http://glip.com) is your teams conversation platform to plan, share and organize work. Since the beginning, conversations have been the natural way of getting things done, together -- what we now call collaboration. As people talk, they stumble upon ideas that motivate t...Show More
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Glip was a conversation platform to plan, share and organize work. Glip featured text and video chat at its core, with file sharing, collaborative task management, shared calendars, and automatic version control. Glip was acquired by RingCentral in 2015 and is no longer available standalone, though its features are included in RingCentral MVP.
Reviewers rate Task Management highest, with a score of 9.3.
The most common users of Glip (discontinued) are from Small Businesses and the Marketing & Advertising industry.
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We have a free account so I understand why we are not at the top of the list. But we have had issues before that took forever for them to get back to us. Once I had to make a Twitter account just to tweet at them about the issue and they finally got back to me. After several weeks. And the issue was something we just had to wait out for a few more days. Normally you have to submit a ticket through their support page and maybe they will get back to you and maybe not. We had one issue where the standard user on the iMac was getting popups every few minutes about installing a helper tool. The only way to fix this was to delete and reinstall Glip as an admin user. This was frustrating because it took time to do this for me as the IT person, and after reaching out to a few times, I was finally given an answer two years after I had asked about it! Finally some devs reach out to me on Glip and told me to just put the app in the user folder instead of the app folder which is managed by the admin account. They said it should be fixed now and I believe it is.
I think it is a good option, but something like SalesLoft could provide a better replacement because it is a database and provides the ability to call out.
I have had to call their support team on several occasions, and the support has always been top-notch.
You get to chat real time with the CEO :)