Asynchronous voice collaboration for remote teams
Voice as a communication tool has long been reserved to synchronous tools, while we reserve texts for all things async. With voice messages gaining popularity across many networks, chats and industries, one company is aiming to bring voice to the async age of remote work.
Yac is a voice collaboration platform for distributed teams built by a former remote-first creative agency. The first version of Yac won Product Hunt Makers Festival in 2018, ballooning downloads over 2k users and landed a featured story in WSJ.
With remote work exploding in growth over the next 5-10 years, distributed teams will require tools that accommodate poor network conditions, time zone differences, and deep work. Yac’s voice first, asynchronous technology allows teams to send voice messages, screen recordings, and annotations without worrying about links, scheduling, or who is awake.
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