Workplace video communication app Voodle raises $6M to combat ‘Zoom fatigue and Slack overload’
Voodle puts a new spin on workplace communication with its TikTok-like app meant to replace long video calls or text-based notes with bite-sized selfie-oriented video clips. Many of its employees previously worked together at Pixvana, which built immersive video editing software and raised $20 million. Other surveys find little-to-no change in productivity from remote workers. Some companies including Microsoft are rolling out hybrid workplace models that mix remote work with an actual office. Another new Seattle startup called Spot is also jumping at the opportunity presented by remote work with software that acts as a “home base” for colleagues.