Twist: Async messaging for the flexible future of work

Work is changing. Messaging should too.

Twist is async messaging for teams burned out by real-time, all-the-time communication and ready for a new way of working together.

The real-time status quo

Constantly interrupted by meetings and Slack chats while chained to the 9-to-5.

The asynchronous revolution

Trusted to collaborate, focus, and finally disconnect — on your timeline.

Twist is async messaging for the flexible future of work.

No monitoring presence indicators

Stay in the flow without the pressure to respond now.

No demanding notification dots

Take back control from design tricks that hijack your time and attention.

No need for endless meetings

Make space for deep work by replacing real-time calls with async threads.

Step off the group chat treadmill.

Twist puts threaded conversations front and center, so important topics aren’t immediately buried in chitchat. Catch up and chime in on your time.

Zero in on what’s relevant to you.

Stop wading through chatter to find what’s important. Your inbox gathers all the threads you’re part of in one place, to join (and mark done) as you go.

Keep decisions out in the open.

Organized channels let you discover and dive deep into any conversation — whether it happened last week or last year. No more you had to be there’s.

Learn from history, don’t rehash it.

Already discussed it? Share a link back to the thread with all the preserved context. It’s a web of team knowledge that builds itself.

Bring your team’s tools along, too.

Stop context switching and save time by integrating all your apps right into Twist. Or go a step further and create your own custom automations.

  • Todoist
  • Zoom
  • Google Drive
  • GitHub
  • Calendly
  • Zapier

Bottom line: You’re free to close Twist

to think

to create

to disconnect

and work will be there, whenever you get back.

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Go async

Ready to ditch real-time work? We’ve got resources to help you make the switch.

  • What is Async Communication?

    Read blog
  • How to Move Your Team Toward Async-First Collaboration

    Read blog
  • On Taking Real-Time Meetings Async

    Read blog