Chanty is one application present on the program market specifically targeting working people, more precisely teams of such individuals. It promises to improve communication, collaboration, organization and efficiency with the help of some integrated tools and apps it contains. It's a chat platform with integrated functionality, helping people be more productive at work while also being actively engaged in a constant team-building experience. This is, at least in theory, what one would expect from this application after reading some info about it.
The teambook is the core of the application and probably the place where you'll spend most of your time while working with it. This hub of functions deals with team chat, tasks, private and public conversations, calls and all circulating files between employees logged on. The teambook's functions bridge together many of the necessary functions in a working group and enhance them by combining their capabilities and offering them to users as one complete product. The process of adding someone to your team is secure and bases itself around work e-mail addresses. The application makes it easy for administrators to sift through and check content as work progresses.
Integration with other work-related services can only enrich the experience of individuals working in a team. Everything feels right at hand with this program and it really should be that way. It does seem you get exactly what is advertised. Cloud services such as Dropbox, OneDrive or Google Drive are well implemented and integrate very well with the rest of the application. Small touches like a Giphy add-on for the app turn the online working environment into something much friendlier. The application works well and does not seem to have any lag or unexpected interruptions.
Chanty could be in a couple of words described as a workman's powerhouse. It's easy to use and well thought out. So well, in fact, that there's a chance you might find reverting to old habits before this hard to accept. Still, the application cannot substitute workload development completely. This does not in any way replace human to human interaction happening at your work. It simply comes in as an aid for those looking to cut down on time spent coordinating.