We cut through the last 4 months of Product Hunt to find 113 marketing tools everyone should try — Part 8: Team Tools

Over the last week we have marched through thousands of product releases and websites to find the best marketing tools for 2016. In this roundup we stuck to the recent and sometimes overlooked tools. We are all tired of seeing lists full of tools we already use.

It got out of hand quickly. Ballooning from a planned 50 tools to as you can see 113 tools! But fear not we organized them into 8 categories that are listed below. Be sure to check them all out and let us know if we have missed any!

Analytics — Email Marketing — Productivity Boosters — Website Tools — Content Creation — Slack Extensions — Social Media Marketing — Team Tools

Wiplo

@wiplohq

Empower your team by collaborating in a beautiful, customizable, Kanban-style workflow. Wiplo is built for teams actively working together. Easily invite everyone to your team and add them to the projects they’re a part of. Also give your projects a jump-start by starting off with one of our pre-built templates, or start from scratch and customize to your liking.


Front API

@Frontapp

The Front API is the platform for your external communication. Browse all emails, SMSs, chat, tweets sent or received by your company and easily react. Or build custom plugins to increase productivity and data collection.


Profinder

@LinkedIn

ProFinder is the easiest way to hire top freelancers, experts and influencers in their field! All you have to do is answer a couple of questions about the services you’re looking for and we’ll introduce you to the best local professionals from our curated list. Then you’ll receive up to 5 offers from professionals ready to help. Each offer will include a personalized message, price quote, and access to the pro’s LinkedIn profile.


Realtime Board

@realtimeboard

RealtimeBoard is the simplest collaboration tool for project leaders, marketers, designers, developers and creatives. Never get lost in endless email chains and numerous messengers, gather feedback and provide comments, mark things up and see the updates in real-time. It allows you to keep everything that you need on a daily basis in one place. Use it to store post-it notes, images, videos, documents, spreadsheets, Google Drive files and more.


Trello for Chrome

@trello

Create Trello cards directly from Chrome without ever going to Trello and hunting down the board and the list. Access your boards as easily as you can search Google. Go to the address bar, enter t followed by a space and then start typing the name of the board you want.


Franz

Franz is a free messaging app/former Emperor of Austria and combines chat & messaging services into one application. He currently supports Slack, HipChat, Facebook Messenger, Telegram, WhatsApp, Google Hangouts, Skype and Grape. It also allows you to add every service several times. This makes Franz the perfect tool to manage multiple business and private accounts at the same time. You can even use Facebook Messenger with five different accounts at once if some inexplicable reason urges you to do so.


Screenbot

@droplr

Share screenshots, annotations, screencasts, web captures, gifs, and more with a single keystoke. Give your Slack channel and team image sharing superpowers. Screenbot can upload files, text, videos, audio, anything straight out of your clipboard. It is as simple as copy and paste.


Product Board

@productboard

ProductBoard helps Product Strategists, Managers, Marketers and Designers to design and build products customers will actually love and buy. With ProductBoard, product leaders can efficiently conduct research, prioritize what to build next, communicate plans and progress, and utilize product engagement data to close the feedback loop.