Connect, Organize, and Succeed With Unison

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This is a sponsored post on behalf of Unison.
Even in today’s connected world, actually trying to coordinate activities is tantamount to herding cats. Whether you’re planning a work project, a school fundraiser, or even a family vacation, the only thing more complicated than getting the right information to the right people is making sure that this information remains accurate, actionable, and available when all parties need it.

If you’re tired of ceaseless confusing message chains and disparate shared calendars, why not give today’s sponsor, Unison, a try?

Unison is more than just another messaging platform; it’s integrated organizational software your way.

Group leaders—think of them as project coordinators—can create cards for announcements, user polls, or as prompts for brainstorming activities. These cards are posted on a group’s board, a shared dedicated workspace, and can even be pushed out via email or SMS as the needs of the group dictate. Then, rather than scour your various inboxes or shared drives for the relevant documents, dates, requests, or responses, all that necessary data exists in Unison’s projections, keeping key information front and center for you and your teammates.

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While individuals can use Unison free for an unlimited period of time for their favorite clubs and committees, larger professional groups are encouraged to explore Unison’s Organization Plan. For as little as $15 per month (for up to 50 members), Organization Plans easily scale up to mobilize larger communities of stakeholders with features like unlimited levels of subgroups, custom forms, and unlimited searchable posts and email support.

Whether your team is large or small, a multinational conglomerate or merely multigenerational family, Unison puts all the tools you need to thrive in your shared creative endeavors where you need them, when you need them most.