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Open source Slack-alternative offers 700 integrations with Markdown support (Mattermost 3.4)

Twitter, Gmail, GitHub, Jira, BitBucket and over 700 public cloud apps can now connect to Mattermost, with full Markdown support, using Zapier. Custom notifications, simplified bot and 3rd party authentication via OAuth2 are also included in the latest release. [...]

September 15th, 2016|Community, Releases|

Mattermost 3.3: Golang bot, Chinese, Korean, Dutch, message flags, @here, and more

Mattermost 3.3 is our 11th consecutive release made on the 16th of the month and what an amazing month it has been! Chinese (both Simplified and Traditional), Korean, Dutch language translations, message flags, @here mentions, improved status indicators, Golang bot sample, Bot Dialog [...]

August 16th, 2016|Releases|

Mattermost 3.2: German, Custom Emoji, Exchange & XMPP integrations, Windows & Mac Apps and more

Guten Morgen! German language translation, custom emoji, wide screen search, and upgrades to threaded messaging, performance, and Windows and Mac apps, plus Exchange and XMPP integrations: Mattermost 3.2 is our 10th consecutive release made on the 16th of the month--and it's our [...]

July 16th, 2016|Releases|

Mattermost 3.1: Apple Watch & notification upgrades, shortcuts, compact view and more

We're on a roll! Mattermost 3.1 is our 9th consecutive release made on the 16th of the month. Releasing monthly provides a stable, predictable process lets our community do its best work. Our June release follows in that tradition with more [...]

June 16th, 2016|Releases|

Mattermost 3.0: Multi-Team Accounts, Japanese, Mobile & Desktop Upgrades, Integrations for Outlook, Ruby & Rust

Mattermost 3.0 offers a long awaited features: multi-team accounts, Japanese language translation, and full width display, plus upgrades to apps for iOS, Android, Windows, Linux and Mac, emojis, and we have new integrations for Outlook, Ruby & Rust. It's been an amazing [...]

May 17th, 2016|Releases|

What Slack might learn from its Open Source alternative

What if you could use one Slack account across multiple teams? What if Slack had threaded messaging? What if Slack supported markdown, or languages other than English? Mattermost is an open source, self-hosted Slack-alternative that shows you how Slack might [...]

May 13th, 2016|Learn|

Mattermost 2.2: Open source Slack-alternative adds threaded messages, themes and more

Threaded messaging, themes to share, new international forums and documentation, French translation, production Docker image becomes official, updated Desktop apps, a Vagrant based packager, plus new and improved integrations with Trello, IRC, GitHub, PandoraFMS, and ContainerShip. Huge thanks to the people around the world who [...]

April 16th, 2016|Releases|

Mattermost 2.1: Android, Windows, Linux and Mac apps plus Portuguese and more

Native apps for Android, Window, Linux, and Mac, plus Brazilian Portuguese translation. New Japanese deployment guides, integrations with Jira, Email, Terminal and Winston, plus a new Kubernetes installer. What an incredible month! Mattermost 2.1 is now available for download. Note: Mattermost 2.1 contains [...]

March 16th, 2016|Releases|

Mattermost 2.0: Open Source, localized Slack-alternative:

Hola! We're a YC-backed open source company releasing a self-hosted, localizable Slack-alternative: Mattermost 2.0. You can download, install and run Mattermost for free as open source software at http://www.mattermost.org/download/ Just like Slack, teams can share messages and files across PC and [...]

February 16th, 2016|Releases|

Meet the Creator: Puppet Module for Mattermost

Huge thanks to Richard Grainger for not only his wonderful work creating the Puppet Module for Mattermost, but also for contributing this guest blog post. If you're a user or contributor with thoughts to share, please mail info@mattermost.com.  Richard Grainger applied [...]

February 1st, 2016|Guest Posts|

Mattermost v1.4: Docs and Deployments (next: Localization)

Two fundamental elements of open source projects are having effective, easy-to-use documentation and real-world deployments that share back tools and learnings to benefit the community. In this month's release announcement for Mattermost v1.4 we note some of that wonderful work: Docs With [...]

January 16th, 2016|Releases|
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