Chances are you don’t like wasting time in useless meetings. People often say that this meeting should have been an email. But what about one-to-one calls? Could they be a series of voice messages and quick text replies?
Meet Async, a new productivity startup based in New York that wants to replace quick calls with asynchronous audio messages. While voice messages are increasingly popular in consumer messaging apps, such as WhatsApp and Telegram, this communication method hasn’t taken off in a business context — or at least, not yet.
Async is now available as a public beta on the web, macOS an