Tinder: A Cloud-Based, Social Collaboration Tool For Businesses

Today’s work environment takes place remotely far more often that it used to. With the prevalence of the cloud, it has become much easier for businesses and groups to get together and work without being in the same room or even in the same country. Tinder is a new cloud-based collaboration tool for businesses and teams to come together and carry out their goals.

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All work on Tinder happens in the cloud, so you can get access to your coworkers in real-time. One of the main hooks for Tinder is how flexible the structure is. It gives you the ability to tweak it for the needs of your organization. If the needs of your company change, you can change the structure on the fly.

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Users can use this service to communicate with co-workers and share files. It saves document revisions, so if you need to go back in time to a previous version of a file because one of your people made a mistake, Tinder has you covered. The layout is very friendly to anyone who has used a social network, so it should be easy for your team to adopt the program. Best of all, it’s free for up to five people.

Features:

  • Social collaboration for smaller teams.
  • Everything in the cloud.
  • Revert documents to previous versions if needed.
  • Easy to navigate social network-like interface.
  • Free for up to five people.

Find Tinder @ www.tinder.se

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Jason

Thanks for the post.

I find that there is no lack of collaboration technology for us to choose from which is a challenge in itself. What do you think about the culture of organisations and the capability of people to adopt and use this collaboration technology?

Look forward to your views
Jason

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HLJonnalagadda

I see that it is all down to how enthusiastic everyone is to shifting to a cloud solution. At the beginning, it might be a hassle but I have found that such collaboration tools save a lot of time.