Teams Refresh: A new collaborative debugging experience

A new Teams UI!
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Jason Laster
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I'm excited to share our totally refreshed teams experience.
1. Invite links make it easier to invite team members 2. Replays are now added to your team by default 3. Conversations are tracked over email and in the library 4. Our snazzy “Launch Replay” button fires up the browser
Replay is also much faster which is not-strictly team-related, but it feels great!
If you’d like to play with Replay, check out our calendly or email us at feedback@replay.io and we’ll send you an invite!
Oh, one last thing. We’re hiring our first product managerengineering manager, and bunch of other roles. If you, or someone you know would be interested, feel free to reach out at hiring@replay.io.
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