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CommonStock is a developer of a group chat platform that is designed to share investment knowledge and decisions. It allows users to link any brokerage to share holdings by percentage, get real-time alerts when friends buy/sell, copy each other's trades and invest together choosing own amount, and compete to see who performs best, enabling users to coordinate trades as well as monitor and coach investment decisions. Commonstock’s product is currently available for free on the web and via an iPhone app (an Android-enabled app is forthcoming). The company was founded in 2017 by David McDonough and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Built to be used during and after calls, Grain is a better way to share vital information from a Zoom conversation. You can capture the moments that matter and turn them into shareable video highlights. Once Grain is installed on your Zoom account, you can easily: 1. Take notes in a simple interface that is only visible to you. Each note is synced to the exact timestamp in the recording. 2. Create video highlight clips in a few clicks, either by designated emojis during the call or an automated transcript afterwards. Each video highlight clip has a unique URL and can also be combined into a separate story. 3. Share video highlight clips everywhere: Slack, Notion, Twitter, iMessage, Discord and more. Grain is used by teams and individuals that perform research, conduct interviews, host team meetings, support calls, and any other conversation that is worth remembering. Request access for Grain at grain.co.