The daily challenge of finding the content you need

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Looking back to the time when we used ICQ, MSN, and other chat programs, we have made quite some progress. Nowadays, chat programs are an essential part of our professional and private communication.

With more than 145 million daily active users, Microsoft Teams is probably one of the most well-known and used programs in the professional environment.

This is not particularly surprising, because Microsoft Teams offers all the important functionality you need in everyday work. The problem, however, is that all of these chats, channels and teams can get confusing. You are literally overwhelmed by the amount of information and rarely find what you are looking for.

Many companies have been using Microsoft Teams for many years and have clear processes and best practices. Nevertheless, a confusing structure usually arises after a short time, in which it is difficult to find one's way.

Due to the global pandemic, countless companies have become Microsoft Teams users overnight. Can you imagine how much chaos there is now?

There are features to save and pin messages, but these are more of a drop in the ocean. Everyone thinks differently and has their own idea of order and structure.

This is exactly where Squarl comes in. Whether chats, documents, or links, with Squarl you can save all the information that is relevant to you and capture it at the right moment. This allows users to organize, create structure, filter anything in their collections and search for it efficiently.

Using Squarl will instantly increase the efficiency, productivity, and adoption of Microsoft Teams.

A simple tool that helps you to organize your virtual work environment from in- and outside of Microsoft Teams.

Do you have the feeling of being overwhelmed by the amount of information and things you need to keep track of like chats, conversations, spontaneous ideas, …? Do you worry about forgetting important messages or shared content? We encourage you to reach out to us and give Squarl a try.