Zulip Responds to the Pandemic with 60-Day Free Trial

Zulip helps distributed teams and communities increase productivity and communicate more effectively

Zulip, the open-source distributed team communication platform, today announced unlimited usage of its team chat solution free for 60 days for new users, to help everyone who is now required to work from home due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. Zulip’s threaded conversations help thousands of companies, open-source projects and nonprofits stay organized, seamlessly melding asynchronous and real-time communication.

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“No organization should be stuck with collaboration tools chosen before the pandemic that aren’t designed for truly distributed work,” said Tim Abbott, Founder of Zulip. “As a distributed open-source project with hundreds of worldwide contributors, we have been living and breathing distributed work for years, but never imagined a scenario where it was suddenly forced upon everyone. We are doing our small part in this global crisis, ensuring Zulip is an option for all organizations, no matter how the pandemic has affected their budget.”

With apps for every platform, Zulip’s fully threaded approach to team chat makes it easy for developers, designers, managers, and researchers to focus while staying informed and connected. Zulip is 100% open-source software, so anyone can install their own Zulip server free of charge. With the new Zulip Cloud 60-day free trial, new users get all the benefits of the paid version of Zulip Cloud upfront without limitations. After your free trial concludes, Zulip Cloud costs $6.67 per user per month, or you can continue with the free tier which limits search history and storage.

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Zulip offers data imports from existing communication solutions, so you can bring your existing data with you. Zulip Cloud offers free hosting for hundreds of noncommercial organizations, including open-source projects, academic research groups, and nonprofits.

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