|Free | Monthly payment | Annual Subscription||Free | Monthly payment | Annual Subscription|
Slack is a messaging app that brings all your communication together in one place. It offers real-time messaging, archiving and search for modern teams.
Samepage is a comprehensive collaboration solution for business teams that offers a wide range of functionalities.
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Slack offers three SMB and enterprise pricing packages for users to choose from. Give the details a look, and select your plan:
Free – No limits on time or users
Standard – $6.67 per user/month billed annually ($8 billed monthly)
Plus – $12.50 per user/month billed annually ($15 billed monthly)
Enterprise – By quote
Samepage offers a great free edition and a paid plan with additional features for more demanding customers. There is also a 30-day free trial avaialable for the Pro package that allows you to try out their service first.
Free – $0/unlimited users
Pro – $8/member/month ($7 when billed annualy)
Samepage offers a 40% discount for educational and non-profit organizations. You can find more information about Samepage pricing here.
Over 1,500 apps integrate with Slack. The complete list can be found at the Slack App Directory.
Samepage supports sharing and version control of any file type and offers integrations with:
|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers|
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Almost as essential as features and customer support responsiveness are pricing plans given by Samepage and Slack. Although pricing should not be the only element it’s definitely a significant thing to think about. You should expect a flexible pricing plan that can be matched with your company size and effortlessly scaled up when your company grows. Make sure you don’t opt for plans that include extra tools that you won’t find a use for and always try to contact with the vendor directly because big companies can frequently benefit from special pricing. You should also check out a free trial or demo of every app to spend at least some time using it. It’s a helpful experience that doesn’t ask you to invest any money and offers a solid overview of what it feels like to work with Samepage and Slack.