Slack and email invites help your users bring their teammates into your product. They can @mention anyone they need to chat with, and you gain adoption among their team.
When teams use a product together, a single person’s decision isn’t enough to leave a product. The knowledge and discussion that’s been built up in your product becomes a part of its value to the team.
Users spend more time in sticky, collaborative products. Imagine a world where teams work together without context switching and app toggling just to complete one task.
Team-led Growth is the secret sauce of the fastest-growing products we see today — the Figmas, Notions, and Airtables of the world. Every vertical will have a collaboration-first winner.
Users can @mention anyone via Slack or email, and include files or annotations in the invite
The @mentioned user receives a branded, personalized email or Slack message prompting them to join the conversation. Clicking any links in the invite takes them exactly to the message in your product.
When someone new is invited over email or Slack, you can decide whether that person gets a full view of your product, a view only seat, or whatever works best.
Chris from Typeform says:
“Typeform customer’s top feature request was a way to work with teammates on a Typeform. We took that feedback, listened, and partnered with Cord to create the best form collaboration tool on the market.”