a personal message buffer to shield you from the relentless flow of messages on Slack, without needing to change the way you already work.
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Number of users in a team
Number of direct messages received per user per day
Number of channel message notifications per day
Time taken to notice ,open and interact on one direct message
Time taken to regain focus and continue previous task after a direct message interaction
Time taken to notice ,interact & regain focus after one channel message
Average hourly wages of an employee
Teams using Slack ,are often plagued with constant disruptions to their work due to the overwhelming stream of messages, and their notifications. This makes it tough for users to focus on the task at hand, and also leads to substantial drops in productivity, which directly leads to losses in revenue.
We wanted to change this.
Dripfeedbot gives you full control over how & when you want to interact with your messages. Now, instead of getting disturbed each time someone sends you a message, you can continue your work and then use a simple slash command to get all your messages, when you want.
Instead of team members publishing messages randomly to your Slack channels, Dripfeedbot helps to regularize the publishing of messages. The channel messages are batched together and published at regular intervals, to bring greater predictability and to reduce the total number of messages (and their notifications).
All of this, along with the many benefits mentioned below, can help your team reduce avoidable losses in productivity, and maintain healthier work etiquette.
instantly acknowledge messages without having to come up with unnecessary replies
reply to the sender directly with context and without having to navigate away
remove messages that don't need any further action,instead of letting them clutter your inbox
automatically schedule the message for later review by pushing it into your message queue
All your messages are encrypted with AES-256 during storage and TLS during transit. We host our services on DigitalOcean (which has Slack itself as it's customer) and is a platform that is SOC 1 Type II, SOC 2 Type II and ISO/IEC 27001 compliant
That is entirely upto you. You can send as many messages as your team mates will tolerate on a daily basis.
The messages that are put into a channel's dripfeed queue are combined and published once every 20minutes.
We use PayPal's world-class payment processing services for all our international payments. Hence, you can use any VISA,MASTERCARD credit card to make your payments.
Sometimes you need to get messages immediately from some users and don't mind it interrupting your work. You can add such users to your whitelist, so that the messages don't go into the message queue.
Yes, upon installation by default you get to try dripfeedbot completely free for 7 days, without the need for any credit card or payment information. After the trial period is over, dripfeedbot will send you a message providing an option to start the paid plan.
We charge your team on the basis of "average number of users per day" in the previous month,i.e,before billing , the number of users that your team had for the month is calculated and then added to the bill.