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12 Competitors to LocalBrackets

Find others who share your interests and socialise productively

When to use LocalBrackets

The ultimate vision is to get this platform to every kid (and even adults) in every locality, to help them know others better and to help meaningful brackets (communities) flourish - creating a healthy, playful and learning experience for all. LocalBrackets can also be used in large/small organizations to connect members/employees so that they are able to help each other out while being fully collaborated. LocalBrackets can also help increase productivity of new startups and entrepreneurs by connecting them easily to partners, suppliers, etc. Large manufacturers can use LocalBrackets to connect to smaller retailers as well.


LocalBrackets Competitor 1 - Brosix
Advanced protection for your daily work communication.

When to use Brosix

For remote teams and businesses that are ready to make Brosix their daily communication tool. - For companies that want full control over their remote team and the complete feature package.

LocalBrackets Competitor 2 - Humble Dot
A free team communication tool that eliminates meetings

When to use Humble Dot

Humble Dot is a tool that builds efficient and high-quality communication without endless meetings.

LocalBrackets Competitor 3 - Friday
The easiest way to send and see regular updates as a distributed team

When to use Friday

The best distributed teams create process to how they communicate and share information. Friday makes this easy and effortless, saving you time in update meetings.

LocalBrackets Competitor 4 - Bunch.ai
Insights on how your team communicates on Slack and MS teams

When to use Bunch.ai

When you want to understand how your team morale, freedom of opinion, goal orientation and more are doing, to detect proactively if there are any problems arising in the team and to keep a healthy team culture in the long run.

LocalBrackets Competitor 5 - Unit.chat
Track and respond to messages from your subscribers from one platform

When to use Unit.chat

It is used by agencies who need to track and respond to reviews and questions from customers in many different social networks (Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, etc).

LocalBrackets Competitor 6 - Happeo
All-in-one enterprise social intranet, knowledge base and productivity platform

When to use Happeo

Happeo suits any sized companies using G Suite. It fits with businesses that aim to structure their dispersed tools by centralizing them into one solution and help connect the entire workforce

LocalBrackets Competitor 7 - Flujo
Communication and Collaboration Suite for Teams

When to use Flujo

Whether you're a chain of grocery stores in a suburb or a creative agency with offices spread across continents — Flujo can do wonders to the way you work and train new members of your team.
Flujo is designed to scale as your teams grow so that the knowledge within your teams is easily accessible by anyone who joins your teams in the future

LocalBrackets Competitor 8 - YAC (Legacy)
Voice-only messaging platform for remote teams.

When to use YAC (Legacy)

Need to chat with someone on your remote team quickly but won't be an hour long conversation.

LocalBrackets Competitor 9 - Twist
Keep your conversations organized, on-topic and easy to find.

When to use Twist

- Fully remote teams
- Remote-friendly teams
- Teams of any size

LocalBrackets Competitor 10 - Carrot
Asynchronous communication tool for remote and distributed teams.

When to use Carrot

- Replace meetings
- Enable asynchronous communication
- Track who viewed what communication

LocalBrackets Competitor 11 - ChatFox
Conversations that build Remote Team Culture.

When to use ChatFox

To foster a remote culture in your organization.

LocalBrackets Competitor 12 - Slack Scheduler
Schedule Slack messages for future

When to use Slack Scheduler

If you're a Slack team with any remote worker's, you'll find Slack Scheduler valuable. Large teams use it to schedule announcements across teams. Smaller teams use it to help that one remote employee communicate easier, or so that any late night announcements don't disrupt the team.