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The reality of a small boutique application

Testing Jabber meeting experience. And to be honest, I am not very impressed by it. I like the fact it has a simpler interface, but there are so many things MS Teams or Zoom got it better.

We need to use 2 messages at the moment and I guess the reason is the limited functionality Jabber provides.

Anyway, with a market share of less than 1 percent, it is normal to have that result.

The moral of the story is if you want to compete in such tight market dominated by Slack, MS Teams and others, you really need to introduce something exceptional or accept the fact you will stay as a small boutique application.


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