Flock, a team messenger for businesses, on Wednesday announced it has set foot in five more countries with multilingual support. The company has expanded to the US, Brazil, the UK, Russia and Spain with the addition of native language support in each location.
“Surveys and interviews with our global users clearly demonstrated that over 80 percent of professionals prefer using software in their native language. We immediately made it a priority to develop multilingual support for our users worldwide,” said Bhavin Turakhia, CEO of Flock, in a statement.
With this expansion, Flock has become the first team messenger in the business chat messaging industry to offer multilingual support for non-English speaking countries. The latest version of the app comes with one of its feature update — introduction of public channels to make it easier for users to discover and join conversations that interest them, within the team. ALSO READ: Microsoft Teams chat-based workspace competitor to Slack launched
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