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Twake – A Modern Open-Source Collaboration Platform

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Twake is a modern open-source collaborative workspace that allows you to keep all of your data in one centralized location and to manage your projects using a single UI that features integrated support for all your favourite collaborative tools.

Its beautiful user interface offers a rich user experience that is easy to get accustomed to whether you use it for chatting with your team, managing tasks, managing events using its calendar, or storing files.

There is modern-styled online documentation to assist developers and users in having the best possible experience, and an external collaborator feature that allows for specialized discussion channels where Twake members and non-members can collaborate on projects simultaneously. Best of all, you can use it for free, subscribe to its paid plan, or host it yourself just like you would OwnCloud and NextCloud.

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Collaboration Platform “Twake” To Give 6 Months Free Access

  • Collaboration Platform “Twake” To Give 6 Months Free Access to First 10,000 Enterprises

    Twake is an impressive open-source collaboration platform offers many goodies even being in the beta stage.

    You can also check out our original coverage that we published last year to know what exactly it offers and why it looks to be a promising modern Nextcloud alternative.

    In case you didn’t know, Twake is developed by LINAGORA, a France-based open-source company. Their servers are hosted in EU, and they are GDPR compliant.

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