Last Updated on September 14, 2021 by Josh
Pumble is a communication tool that allows teams to communicate with members from different places. In addition, organizations can use the platform to collaborate on projects and securely exchange information by creating public or private channels with custom names and descriptions.
Pumble lets businesses use threads to organize conversations, send direct messages to team members, control permissions, and configure web and mobile notifications. Custom workplaces, tagging, customized profiles, API access, and more are among the options available.
It also allows administrators to administer numerous groups and see members’ work roles and contact information. In addition, organizations may search message history, shared files, and other information on a unified portal using the built-in search capability. It also integrates with a variety of third-party programs to make data synchronization between multiple systems easier.
You can have private one-on-one conversations, invitation-only group chats, and open conversations with anybody who wants to join.
- Public channels
- Private channels
- Pinned messages
- Direct messages
Your team will be more productive with all-in-one progress monitoring, notifications, member availability, and file sharing.
- Share files & links
- Message formating
Locate the contacts, files, and other information that you and your team discussed.
- Profile page
- Unlimited chat history
- Channel browser
- Sort and filter
- File browser
Choose when, where, and for what notifications you want to receive.
- Do Not Disturb mode
- Mute channel
Use Pumble in a way that is most comfortable for you.
- Dark theme
Customize your workspace and keep track of who has access to what.
- Roles and permissions
Chat from Anywhere
Pumble is available for both mobile and desktop app.
Pumble is free to use, but you also have the option of paying to host your own server in Pumble for maximum security and privacy.