Samepage facilitates communication, project management, running meetings, online
collaboration, and more by combining team chat, video conferencing, screen
sharing, task management, file sharing, and real-time team document
collaboration in a single cloud-based collaborative workspace....
This app is great. It’s simple and everything is contained in one place. I tried other apps and you have to get all these plugins just to make it do simple things. Some things that bug me: When tapping to interact with a file or message, the pop up menu disappears before you can do anything with it. Removing alert notifications (the red dot/number) for events was hard to figure out. I guess it wasn’t intuitive. It took me a couple days to figure out that I needed to hit the bell icon to make it disappear. It’s a bit confusing because the red dot appears on the top right on the logo button. When accepting or denying changes on iOS, if the change was a tag, it always wants to start a chat. I have to go on the desktop to make any adjustments.
Needs major work
This app is nothing but frustrating to use. The home page is different from the homepage button. It will send you notifications through email and through the app then a summary of the notifications that it sent you. The inbox doesn’t always get rid of the notifications. You have to close the app multiple times to get rid of it. Don’t get this app for events or team stuff. Use group me or even a Snapchat group message.
I love this app and use it all the time, but the new update goes really slow. It looks nice and intuitively makes more sense to navigate through, but the slowness has me not wanting to open it to see what notifications are happening.
Good service, app needs improvement
This service has been great for my team to collaborate with but... The app for iOS is barely usable. 3D Touch scrolling doesn't work Creating/editing calendar events is very buggy (when editing details, keyboard covers text area and will not scroll) Updates seem to break more than they fix (and you're forced to update to continue using the app) The navigation is unnatural (try getting rid of a event notification bubble) There's no option for hiding chat previews on your lock screen so I don't recommend talking about anything sensitive It's easy to get lost navigating between two sections I'm on an iPhone 6S+
We just started using this app and it’s almost perfect. Just need to add default phone calendar integration! Changed to 5 after i learned to subscribe to calendars!
Newest version is basically useless.
I used to love this app and found it very useful for keeping up with work groups. With the new version that was updated end of 2018, nothing works properly and chat sessions barely accessible on my iPhone 6S with newest OS 12.1. I hope an update comes soon and I can update my rating.
Does it all
Same page does it all. Great app for out distributed business
Awful UI/UX & Poor Notification Managment
This has to be one of the most confusing apps to navigate I’ve ever used. The worst part of it is the notification is u read messages don’t go away once you’ve read the messages. Clearly no QA is conducted nor was this designed by professionals.
Each time I access this app it needs to be updated, painful, better off using Slack.
New update 11/23
NEWEST VERSION SSUUUCKS!!!! Not user friendly at all
Needs editing capability
I would rate this app with 5 stars if it had the ability to edit documents. This feature is a must for Samepage to be a complete solution. Samepage works great on Macs, and Windows PCs since it uses a client that syncs documents to and from Samepage, but what about someone who only has an iPad or iPhone available to them? You can open Office documents from the Samepage app into apps like Quickoffice, but when you save the changes, it creates a new copy of the document that is then stored locally on the iOS device. There is no pathway for it to sync back to Samepage. Therefore, you end up with a versioning problem, and you must then email the change to someone else to have them upload it to Samepage. That’s very inefficient, and it’s likely that end users will simply skip uploading the updated file to Samepage. Kerio needs to give us the ability to save edits back to Samepage. Until then, this app cannot be used for anything more than viewing documents.
Excellent collaboration tool
This is a review of the Sampage service, more than of this app, which works just fine. I am president of a local historical society. We are working on a book about a local historic site, and it wasn't always easy to keep everyone on our book committee involved. But then I learned of Samepage, which is definitely living up to its name! I can upload chapters as they are ready for review and everyone can access them and comment. It has been heaven.
Same page is like Dropbox, but without all of the confusion and the ability to remove other shared users stuff. It's got some really great collaboration options, also, to get you out of email management of your workflow/process.
Love Samepage, great to have on-the-go now.
Yes. Samepage: Team Collaboration is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 41 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 3.6/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Samepage: Team Collaboration Is 21.5/100.
Yes. Samepage: Team Collaboration is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 41 Samepage: Team Collaboration User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Samepage: Team Collaboration Is 21.5/100.
Samepage: Team Collaboration works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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