Sessions, a newly launched tech startup, beats video conferencing behemoth in the race to become #1 on Product Hunt
Sessions is a new tech startup founded by FlowOS, the Romanian startup that built the world’s first co-operating digital ecosystem. Sessions is redefining hybrid communication by bringing all your collaboration tools in one single place.
Sessions’ platform makes your remote meetings better by bringing all your collaboration tools into one space. With our unique agenda designer, all your sessions will be flawlessly organized and always on time.
Yesterday, Sessions was chosen Product Hunt’s #1 Product of the Day, beating competition from an established global player in the video conferencing arena by almost double the upvotes. Launched just last week, Sessions has already attracted over 3,000 users globally following its one-month beta period.
It is a next-generation communication and collaboration tool that brings everything together from embedded Google Docs to whiteboard, notes, and live agenda tracker, under a single browser tab. Sessions is designed to simplify your workflow, increase your productivity and help you finish your meetings on time, whether you’re a business manager, freelance designer, educator or sales executive.
Launched in 2021, Sessions is a brainchild of FlowOS, the startup that’s building the world’s first co-operating digital ecosystem, based on a unique proprietary framework with endless scalability and a 100% customizable digital environment. FlowOS was founded in 2020 by Radu Negulescu and Radu Tintescu, and it is backed by Trencadis, a Deloitte Fast 50 tech company based in Romania.
One of the key features of Sessions is that you can pre-design your meetings around a clear agenda, assigning specialized built-in tools from a wide range of choices, for maximum efficiency and productivity.
For example, during live video conferencing, users can get instant access to the likes of embedded Google Docs, Miro (the collaborative whiteboard tool), or Notes (which are automatically shared as an email follow-up), without having to switch between tabs or access separate apps. As it’s all accessed within a single browser window, it enhances the flow, focus, and engagement of the conversation – and its endless scalability means that additional integrations are already underway, including the likes of Figma, Spotify, or Notion.
The overwhelmingly positive feedback from the platform’s user community during the beta window is also testimony to Sessions’ groundbreaking functionality. From UI/UX designers praising the ease with which they can set up and run a remote workshop, to account managers highlighting how the live agenda tracker helps to avoid unnecessary time-wasting, allowing meetings to finish on time, and improving company-wide efficiency within just a few days of implementation.
Radu Negulescu, founder and CEO of FlowOS (the venture that powers Sessions), says: “The genesis of Sessions starts with a board meeting I had to set up remotely in March of last year, which made me realize that there is no tool out there that helps you manage the entire process of complex meetings: planning, structuring, running and following-up. We have video conferencing and instant messaging apps, calendars, scheduling apps, cloud documents and drives, whiteboards, and so on, but we don’t have a single tool that coherently integrates these functions for their ultimate purpose: the meeting itself.
The idea for an all-in-one tool thus seemed super practical, exciting, and perfectly timed. We assembled a fantastic team, developed a super cool and simple prototype, got a lot of great feedback, and started building Sessions. Today, with the help of our beta users, we have perfected Sessions to become the flexible tool stack for any kind of online interaction.
With Sessions, professionals can plan and design their sessions around a clear agenda with specialized tools and resources for every moment of the meeting, regaining control over their meetings, without interruptions, meeting hijacking or missing documents, and most importantly, without any fatigue.”
Below is a video overview of Sessions.