Talking has always been at the center of collaboration. I’m a strong believer in async work environments. Yet, it can be hard at times. Without voice, we miss so much context, which brings absurd situations. In the last couple of months, I've seen myself repeatedly:
Talking feels easy. When you spend hours writing on a keyboard, using your voice feels like a superpower—natural, to-the-point, lightweight, like in not-having-to-log-in-to-another-tool natural.
Working with others also means expressing feedback or structuring complex intentions. Giving feedback can be touchy, and written messages can feel too harsh.
Voice messages fix this. It inserts emotions into the everyday transactions we send one another. It can be just small intentions. It matters when it is every day. I strongly believe in voice-first collaboration. Indeed, video or screen-sharing helps async work. But audio needs a dedicated focus.
Like in real talks, Vero powers up your collaboration with no-tool.
The logo “the pinecone hand gesture” represents a direct Italian gesture that prompts at stopping—and clarifying your intentions.