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Voodle: Communicate With Colleagues Better Through Short Videos

The current COVID-19 situation has made many businesses opt for work from home setups and make adjustments on their communications between employees. Since it’s harder to keep remote teams connected and up-to-date on a project’s progress, companies are constantly on the lookout for tools that will help them maintain productivity.

Voodle is one such tool that helps businesses support their teams to overcome the challenges of working from home. The app allows teams to communicate using short, 60-second videos rather than text-based messages.

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Transforming how information is shared

Voodle allows team members to easily record videos and share them from wherever they are working with a click of a mouse or tap of the finger to share across the platform. Moreover, users will be able to share the videos on other applications like Slack, Hubspot, and Salesforce.

The company’s Chief Customer Officer Rachel Lanham mentioned that the short videos keep remote teams closer and up-to-date with all important information within the company. In this COVID-19 era when most of the employees are working from home, Voodle is the ideal solution to keep the teams connected.

It’s actually very simple to record and share videos with your coworkers. To give you an idea of how the app works, people have described the app as the TikTok for businesses. You can create a Voodle from any page in the app, add a description and hashtags, and post it on your channel so your team can watch it.

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Mystery’s main communication tool

Currently, a Seattle startup specializing in providing personalized in-home and night-out adventures called Mystery started using Voodle as their primary tool for communication between their employees. They are using the platform to provide updates to the entire team, such as documenting the build of their new warehouse and new photoshoots. Apart from that, they also use this to introduce new employees to the company.

CEO and co-founder Shane Kovalsky shared their experience of using Voodle, saying that it helped the company better understand each other and strengthen its work culture despite the remote work arrangements. He believes that this tool will help them to stay even more connected than ever.

Voodle is now available on both Android and iOS devices, as well as on desktop. You can download the app for free and start creating videos with your team members for a better way to communicate with each other.


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Source: Business Wire