Anonymously share internal news, thoughts, pictures, rumors, and secrets with your co-workers:
* Only your verified co-workers can create posts in your company’s timeline
* Follow and comment on the inner workings of other companies
* See what’s trending across all companies
Canary is a New York based social sharing platform that uses anonymity to empower employees to have frank conversations and make important observations about their companies safely — and follow and comment on the discussion threads at other organizations.
Canary’s anonymity is contextualized — every post is associated with a company, so users know they are seeing real posts from real insiders. But Canary collects and tracks no user information, posts or email addresses. This anonymity allows Canary’s users to build and engage in honest sharing communities, without fear of reprisal. Users from hundreds of companies (including Twitter, Adobe, Thrillist, Yahoo and many others) are already sharing everything from cringe-worthy screw-ups — an Adobe user who posted “that awkward moment when you hit on a new lady only to be intro’ed as your new manager 2 hours later” — to speculation on hiring and the competition.