The power of voice chat, but without the interruption. It's helpful as we all explore new ways of working.
This is a million times better because it’s separated from slack and transcribes the message. Well done guys.
Asynchronous conversations with my team that do not require them to jump on conference calls. We are moving away from conference calls, and more and more into Yac.
Voice messaging on Yac has made our team incredibly productive. Less time spent typing, and more time spent on actual work. It’s a fantastic addition to our communication stack!
Watching Loom videos means listening to every single word. And with a 30 minute video limit, listening to Loom messages can quickly become a full-time job.
All Yac messages are automatically transcribed, so you can read your audio messages and get the most important parts in a fraction of the time.
Creating a Loom video is only step one. Then you need to edit it. Then you need to copy the link. Then you need to paste it into another app. Sharing simple messages can quickly become a complex production.
One click to create your message, and one click to share it. Yacs can be shared within the Yac app, as a URL, or through Yac’s Slack integration so your team is always up to date.
Loom videos are shared through links. Sending a video means copying and pasting the link to a text group, Slack, or other messaging platforms. This makes finding and re-watching old messages difficult.
All Yac messages can be found within the Yac app. But Yac also integrates with Slack, so audio, video, and transcribed messages appear right in your Slack feed for easy sharing with your team. Searching for old messages has never been easier.
Editing videos takes far too long
The opportunity to respond on your own schedule
Sharing videos as links creates communication silos
Quick, direct comments that get straight to the point
No transcriptions means listening to entire messages
Search for and skim through your automatically transcribed yacs