Slack competitor Troop Messenger rolls out the Orange Member

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Now stop doing your business collaboration through personal chat applications!

Troop Messenger, the simple and easy to use team messaging-business chat application has rolled a much talked about guest association feature, The Orange Member. It simply allows others to interact with the in-house team with their public/private email ids.

Integration of seamless and hassle-free vendor-client collaboration features in the business chat applications ensure smooth association among the organization’s internal team members and external clients. The client-collaboration with the team members for regular project updates might go cumbersome if they rely on separate chat applications. Rather, relying on one chat application for all the work requirements would be an ideal choice.

Here comes the Orange Member feature, to make direct conversations with customers, clients, vendors, freelancers, liaisons, etc., Let the users choose any kind of pricing plan, the orange member is a part of all. This simple functionality lets the Admin of the Troop Messenger add vendors, clients, freelancers to an organization/application with their public/private domain mail ids along with the required conditions and permissions set on each Orange Member. 

Troop Messenger is cross-platform enabled, so as the Orange Member feature. Start conversations with your non-company employees from the platforms of Windows, Mac OS, Browser, Linux, Android, and iOS. Its feature stack is power-packed and highly functional with the team collaboration features of voice/video calling, advanced search filters, remote screen sharing, time filters, fork out, burnout, live location tracking and more many arriving in its every version release. 

Troop Messenger’s founder and CEO says, ‘certain features like Orange Member can gain users traction into the application thereby increasing the product’s visibility and usage,’. Having said that, he says, ‘such features ensure smooth vendor-client collaboration especially for small business entities,’.

Do’s and Don’ts of an Orange member

In a case where the business user wants to protect the native users privileges and privacies from non-company employees or orange members, the admin of the Troop Messenger application can set certain conditions so as the selected set of orange members would not be eligible to create groups, will not be able to see the profile info of native users, and few more to added to this list. 

There could be a scenario where the orange members (or) vendors/clients don’t need to interact with all the employees of the company. To ensure explicitness to the native users, certain permissions are levied on each Orange Member as to who they can chat within the organization. 

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