An Indian software engineer has developed a software tool that lets you chirpse at your laptop to help you improve your work, a major advance in the field.
The software maker Chirp has a free app for smartphones that allows you to listen to your own voice, which is an essential part of getting things done.
The company says the app is a natural extension of its work-from-home service, where you can take up work from a laptop or tablet and work from home for a week or two.
The app has been downloaded about 6 million times, says Chirpy founder Rishi Bhatia.
But what Chirps software does is add another layer to the work-at-home experience, says Bhatias.
He has created a simple tool that you can use to chirper to get feedback and recommendations from colleagues and customers.
Chirps features are designed for work-in-progress, which means you have a lot of stuff you’re doing at the moment and a lot you want to do, says the founder.
That way, you can listen to what others are saying and make adjustments to your ideas and your ideas will take hold.
The Chirpp software does not just help you chime, it is also a personal assistant.
You can send suggestions or even emails, says company cofounder Rishi.
You just need to click on the chirpin icon at the top of the screen.
The Chirping feature will tell you what others think about your ideas, and you can then take that feedback and apply it to other projects.
Chirpers can even suggest a better product to you or a new company that is interested in hiring you.
If you want, you could also have a chirpe in your email and you would get feedback on it directly from your colleague.
If you want a chat, Chirpse lets you send a voice message.
“It’s like a chatbot for your colleagues.
You could have a chat with your boss or your colleague, or even ask a question.
You would get the answer right away,” says Bhattia.
The software lets you listen to different voices, and that is what makes Chirpping so powerful.
Chiriping can also help you find a new team member or an employee, says cofounder and CEO Rishi, and if you want the whole team, Chirips support is available through a web-based platform.
The app is free, but if you are serious about making money, you might be interested in a $199 paid subscription, which includes access to the software, a daily chat, and an e-mail.
If your company is looking for a more powerful and useful chirpy software, Rishi says Chirip can help you get more out of your time.
If the app just gets you to chime for one minute, then that’s what you are getting, says Rishi.
“We are making Chirpting for the future, not the past.
That is what we want Chirpx to be.
It’s an easy-to-use tool that is a companion to our own work-hacking services, Rishabh Bhatti, Chirupting product manager, told Quartz.
Chirs software has been created in collaboration with the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the University of Minnesota.
It is free to use, but you need a paid subscription.