HipChat was used by our whole company and especially within the Engineering community. It helps everyone to communicate across team very …
HipChat is used as channel to communicate within our team, and also used to collaborate with other teams and individuals. It is used by …
HipChat was used for my section of the organization. My team had its own group chat were we communicated. It solved the problem of working …
The company I formerly worked at used HipChat for all inter-office employee communications. In 2013 when I started at GLG, it was the …
HipChat is used by our Agile Transformation Office (ATO). We create Kanban and Scrum team rooms. Each team collaborates in dynamic …
HipChat is a product using the concept of connecting with other people, just like a messenger for office purposes. You can share files and …
We use HipChat to communicate with virtual teams, across the whole organization. It gives virtual teams a sense of belonging to the same …
HipChat is a good tool for internal online chat. My organization tried it for some time but due to error prone technical features, we …
HipChat has been selected as a product from Atlassian's suite. Because we already used Bitbucket and because we were looking for a …
[It's] Used by developers and product management team. A very useful tool for quick discussions and sharing of ideas, in a one to one or …
In my company, HipChat is used for real-time cross-team communication chat application, mainly to avoid long mail trails that get lost …
We used HipChat for our internal communication platform. However, we recently switched to Slack. HipChat seemed a bit dated and frequently …
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Entry-level set up fee?
- No setup fee
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- Free Trial
- Free/Freemium Version
- Premium Consulting / Integration Services
Hipchat is discontinued by Atlassian. Users are being migrated to Slack.
- Supported: Mobile Access
- Supported: File tracking
- Supported: Search
- Supported: Integrates with other Project Management Tools
- Supported: Chat
- Supported: Status updates and activity feed
- Supported: Notifications
- Supported: Discussions
- Supported: User directory and online status
- Supported: Sharing and privacy
- Supported: Surveys
- Supported: Internal knowledgebase
- Supported: Integrates with GoToMeeting
- Supported: Document files
- Supported: Image files
- Supported: Video files
- Supported: Audio files
- Supported: Access control
- Supported: Advanced security features
- Supported: Integrates with Google Drive
- Supported: Device sync
- Supported: Web interface
- Supported: Custom emoticons
|Deployment Types||On-premise, SaaS|
|Operating Systems||Windows, Linux, Mac|
|Mobile Application||Apple iOS, Android|
Hipchat was discontinued by Atlassian. Users are being migrated to Slack.
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The most common users of HipChat (discontinued) are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees) and the Computer Software industry.
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It was not difficult to learn how to use, but like anything new it takes some getting use to. I did not understand all the little shorthand things you could type to get different stats for our call center. Some people caught on quicker and liked it more than others. I just feel like there was so many there should have been a key of some sort.
We use hipchat in relation to confluence and jira. It works fine, I can create chat rooms and follow up with client comments in jira, or changes made in confluence, however since the last update of hipchat, I get bizarrely formatted notifications. (when helpdesk tickets were updated, I'd get a preview of the comment posted, now it all looks like gibberish.
HipChat has many integrations out of the box. However, if you cannot find what you are looking for, HipChat has a full RESTful API you can tap into. It is easy enough to integrate everything from a simple cURL script to a fully baked application integration layer.
The integrations are reasonably solid, but there is nothing overwhelming about their ease of use or about their difficulty to use. The appearance of an integration in the actual chat is also fairly standard with nothing particularly outstanding or disappointing.