Here you can see how Talkyard compares with other software. ... Soon, we just need to add some comparisons first.
About the comparisons
We constructed these comparisons, by visiting the feature list pages of the relevant other software, and making feature lists that include both Talkyard's features, and the features of the other software.
This is a bit biased towards Talkyard and how it can be used:
- We keep Ty's feature list more up-to-date (since we know when it changes).
- We're focusing on Ty. For example, Slack might have 100 nice chat features that Talkyard lacks, but we summarize all those 100 things in just two rows: "Good chat" and "Threaded chat". But if Slack had done this comparison, they might have expanded those two rows into 100 rows, and collapsed many of Ty's from-their-perspective off-topic features into just one or two rows. (B.t.w., we don't think about Slack as a use-instead-of Talkyard, but use-together-with, that is, complementary software.)