HipChat provides team chat capabilities specifically designed for businesses. Features include video calling, screen sharing and the best in security. HipChat lets users work and communicate from anywhere and includes APIs and integrations for JIRA, Bitbucket, GitHub, Heroku, Zendesk, Mailchimp and more than 80 other options. Other features include easy screen sharing, secure guest access, unlimited chat rooms, drag and drop file sharing, and it's fully customizable.
63 third party integrations including: Twitter, WordPress, Zapier, ZenDesk, Usersnap, UserVoice, TeamCity, Raygun, JIRA, MailChimp, Intercom, Help Scout, Heroku, Freshdesk, Desk.com, Woopra and Asana. Works on all mobile devices, as well as Mac and Windows desktops. including iOS, Android, and Linux devices. Social tools such as @mentions, emoticons, bots, GIFs, Instagram feeds and Tweets. Drag & drop file sharing, screen sharing, and in-app, email, SMS, and mobile push notifications. Unlimited number of chat rooms, fully searchable by keywords for text, links and files, as well as full searchable history.
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In an event (room) the host can appoint any attendee as a Moderator, a Speaker or an Attendee. By default the role of Moderator is assigned to the event (room) organizer. The Moderator has the most extensive access rights to the event (room). The Speaker of the event (room) is identical to someone giving a presentation in a live meeting or conference. The Speaker has the most extensive access rights of regular attendees of the event (room) regardless of the event (room) settings. By default the attendee role is assigned to all those invited to the event (room). Access rights of the regular attendees depend on the settings set by the event moderator.