It sounds crazy. More than ever before, we are equipped with incredible tools that help spread information and facilitate relationships. Even so, finding a way to assemble all of the people in your network on one network can be a daunting task, to say the least. Like I said: crazy. Partner A uses one service, Partner B another. The logistics can often be maddening. What we need is something to fortify our social arsenal. Something that would just make things simpler.
A free, gloriously easy-to-use tool, SavorChat allows you to create chat rooms -- as many as you’d like -- that are either public or private, to which you can invite anyone. Users can log into the site using either Facebook Connect or oAuth (Twitter’s authentication application). No one needs to create a new account, and everyone is together, chatting and getting about the business of getting business done.
A terrific feature of SavorChat is its privacy settings. In its “stealth mode” you can hide the room from your Facebook and Twitter feeds, in addition to keeping the chat hidden from search engines. Chat rooms can be opened for limited periods of time, or kept open indefinitely. They can be turned on and off as needed, or password protected if you like.
If you need to assemble a group of people for a discussion or last-minute meeting, SavorChat could be just the thing you’re looking for. Easy. Fast. Smart.