Weet is an AI-powered asynchronous video communication tool that allows you to collaborate through video messaging with your team, partners and customers. Weet includes instant video and screen recording, AI camera framing, smart live transcription, AI noise cancellation, virtual background, video filters, emoji reactions, and in-video rich comment options.
On Tuesday, March 2, Weet officially announced the end of their Beta release and launched on Product Hunt with Matthew Barby, VP of Marketing at Hubspot, as the Product Hunter.
“I think we all know the need for asynchronous communication tools right now. I came across Weet a couple of months back and have been incredibly impressed by how quickly the team is adding new features – it’s already become a core part of my remote work stack that I use with my team on a daily basis. A great team and a great product – I couldn’t recommend it enough!” Matthew said.
Post-launch, Weet ended in first position of the day and was named #2 Product of the Week. Weet was first made available in beta September of 2020. After months of collecting user feedback, QA and releasing new AI-powered features, the product is now officially ready to unveil to the world. Watch the Weet overview video.
Weet is a strong believer in the future of work being fully distributed, and our customers include teams working remotely across time zones.
“We are on a mission to change the way we communicate, work, and finally, the way we live. We truly believe in an asynchronous way of work that is more respectful of each other’s time, based on team’s trust, flexibility and freedom. We should let people work when they are more receptive and creative. Not when the standard 9 a.m.-5 p.m. agenda dictates his or her work. At the end of the day, we achieve engagement and productivity,” said Najette Fellache, CEO of Weet
The Story Behind Weet
A year ago, Najette transitioned to working from home with her family and realized she was spending most of her day on Zoom calls, taking away from her quality of life. Najette realized she could change this while already in the asynchronous video space with Speach, which offers a video knowledge-sharing platform to Colgate Palmolive, GE, Airbus, and Merck. With this expertise, Weet was built.
Fun Fact: The Weet name is inspired by Meet upside down. Najette has always hated long unproductive meetings, and she wants to reverse how we meet.
- Integrations with Slack and Microsoft Teams
- IOS and Android Mobile Apps
- AI tags and teammate name recognition
- AI camera framing
- Why We Created Weet
- About Us
- Product Release Notes
- Weet on Product Hunt