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Communication Complexity

Automate parent communication for teachers & districts

From emails and phone calls to social media messages and texts, school communications has advanced beyond letters in backpacks. Let’s Talk can help your district simplify internal and external communications through a unified inbox and 24/7 availability.
Reduce communications complexity

Unified inbox. Unified community.

Let’s Talk’s unified inbox streamlines communications by sending inbound inquiries from multiple channels — including phone calls, emails, social media messages, text messages, and more — to one location.

Let’s Talk Dashboard showing a unified inbox for multiple channels of communication
Simplify and streamline communications

Create a one-stop shop for inbound questions and concerns

The complexity of managing communications leaves both staff and families exhausted. Let’s Talk helps your stakeholders by providing a 24/7 one-stop destination for all questions and comments — while simplifying workflows on the backend.

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Data-driven listening

Understand your school community’s needs and concerns

With so many channels, it’s easy for district leaders to miss discussions in the school community. Data and predictive analytics from Let’s Talk’s dashboard can help you keep a pulse on conversations, meaning you can step in before issues escalate to crises.

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Data dashboard measuring school communication reviews, experiences, past due communications, and critical alerts
“Let’s Talk frees up district time, so staff can do the real work of educating students, and we need that time. Two-way communications is non-negotiable, but the trust-building conversations we’re able to have when we prioritize it have game-changing benefits.”
Dr. Chris Vail
Director of Communications Chesapeake Public Schools (Virginia)
“There are many times when a hot topic or concern is growing within the community and our first knowledge of it comes from Let’s Talk.”
Dana Schafer
Public Information Officer Osceola School District (Florida)