Stop slacking, start rocking. Slack easily gets distracting and keeping up with notifications can feel like another job.
Rock puts messaging together with everything else you need—video calls, tasks, notes, and files. Built for how we work today. All for free.
Create a space in Rock for any kind of work. You can make a space in Rock for one-on-one and group conversations. Unlike Slack, you can add anyone—even people outside your organization—and create unlimited spaces for free.
After you make a space, anyone in the space can join the conversation, work on tasks, read notes, or access any file they need.
You can send as many messages as you want and search your full messaging history with Rock. Slack limits how many messages you can send and only lets you search your most recent messages.
With Rock, if you need to send a message, create a task, or just give a 👍, you don’t have to worry about anything getting in your way.
Each Rock space has it's own task board so you can manage any project—big or small—without leaving Rock.
Slack interrupts your day with endless notifications and clunky chat bot commands. With Rock, you can get your work done.
Stop searching email inboxes, message threads, and folders for files.
With Rock, you can link a Google Drive folder to any Rock space to make it easier for everyone to get what they need.
Everything in Rock is fully integrated. Stop sharing URLs and start @ mentioning any task, note, or file anywhere in Rock so people know exactly what you’re talking about.
Add comments to tasks and notes to keep your discussions organized. In Rock, all comments get saved so you can revisit older conversations.
Creating a new note is as easy as sending a message. Or turn any message into a note by right-clicking on a message.
Notes are available to anyone in a Rock space so nothing important gets lost. Since the notes are shared, you can catch up on anything you missed.