Free for 25 users, Zoho Connect brings the ease of use and visual cleanliness that characterizes Zoho products to a robust team collaboration software.
As a company that makes all sorts of business software tools, from a CRM to an expense tracker, you’d kind of expect them to have a good intranet. Zoho Connect will not disappoint those that seek the consistency and reliability of their other product. Their free social intranet lets people interact with each other in a myriad of ways, build a company knowledge base, manage work plans, and even build custom apps.
Zoho connect can be used as an intranet for your company and as an extranet for your clients. Information can be published and sent to either channel from the same platform. Also, a user can be a part of multiple external networks and an internal one.
Getting started with Zoho Connect is as easy as signing up with your business email. After confirming your account, you’ll get asked to create an internal network, an external one, or both. Then you can start inviting colleagues and you’re ready to go. At first, you’ll be signed up for a free plan by default but you can upgrade whenever you like.
Whether it’s to ensure proper adoption, handle requests, or provide customer support, the team at Zoho has created many resources for customer success. These include:
Zoho is really straightforward and flexible about their pricing. You can upgrade at any time if your team size grows, or even downgrade to the free version if you’ve got the user count and find that you prefer it.
The free version of Zoho Connect gets you 25 users, 3 groups, 3 private applications, 3 dashboards, 3 handbooks, 10 integrations, as well as channels, events, and forums. If you do decide to pay and get the full features, Zoho Connect starts at $25 per month if you’ve got less than 25 users. If your team is between 26-100 users, it’s just $1 per user per month.