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Become an expert on how to write threads by taking inspiration from our own teams' curated examples and use cases.
Keep larger company announcements organized, whether it's a company FYI or response to a major work event.
Add links, docs, and examples to any thread.
Stay connected by sharing music, discussing hobbies, or posting memes. The office watercooler has a home on Threads.
Add links from YouTube, Spotify, and more.
Organize customer feedback in its own channel to help involve other parties like eng or product. Install various integrations for higher visibility and to track progress.
Add Intercom and Linear integrations
Keep an internal dialogue going by creating channels that focus on different teams, making it easier for people to stay in the loop and collaborate.
Add links, or code blocks for context
Cancel the meeting entirely by making it easier to share daily or weekly updates with your team.
Write to a select few or to an entire channel
Keep your team in the loop with OOO (out of office) updates, HR requests, and more, all within Threads.
A great way to give everyone a heads up
Bugs can appear any time, and with dedicated channels in Threads, easily capture and track them to resolution.
Add screenshots and track issues in Linear
Threads make it easy to write a technical summary of events, resulting in a clear set of next steps and action items.
Writing a report has never been easier.
Allow your team to follow the design process by sharing context on decisions, the thought behind why a change is being made, and more.
Use video narrations and presentation mode