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We're excited to announce the Volley Partner Program. Get paid to share Volley!
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Today we cover #1 - Record your screen and face, #2 - Massively Multiplayer Conversations, #3 - Volley as a Learning Community
Marco Polo Channels shutting down? We have a solution.
Today, Volley becomes as flexible as the future of work is.
Nerds know the difference, but do you? Async communication is the future of work. Read this article and find out why.
Wondering how you can stay connected and productive with your remote team? It’s time to try out Volley, the world’s premiere asynchronous video messaging app!
How is Volley different? Can I use it for friends and family? All of this and more...
“If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late.” - Reid Hoffman
Is Volley like...? Nope. Volley is a new way to move forward - sync-up, unblock, and collaborate....spontaneously!
We got the chance to pick the brain of Josh Hammonds Ph.D. of Rollins University on how team communication relates to culture and productivity.
The numbers don't lie. Volley is the future of work.
Reducing your time on Zoom won't help. The answer isn't talking less. It's talking different.
How do you feel when someone schedules a meeting with you? How do you feel when they cancel? How about showing up late? Talking too much? Find out how much
"The calendar was in charge. I was not in charge anymore. And I was exhausted every night. That is not the case anymore. I've been reading more and working out. I've been doing so many more things because my calendar is not in charge anymore."
Ever feel on the outside of a conversation? It's not your fault. Group conversations are naturally exclusive. Now there's a new way.
How much of your productivity is eaten by interruption? The answer is scary.
Time spent in meetings has risen 8-10% a year since the year 2000. Are you on the death march of meeting culture?