HUGO vs Hypercontext
Compare Hugo and Hypercontext across meetings, notes, tasks, integrations and more.
30,000 + of the world’s best teams and professionals enjoy more productive meetings with Hugo
Users edit in real-time with collaborator flags tracking cursor placement
Users edit and save content blocks. No two users can edit the same block at one time
Google Calendar & Meet, Microsoft Outlook & Teams, Zoom
Google Calendar & Meet, Microsoft Outlook & Teams | Missing Zoom
Asana, Clickup, Confluence, Github, Jira, Todoist, Trello
Salesforce, Hubspot, Copper, Freshsales, Pipedrive
Freshdesk, Jira service desk, Zendesk
$6/user (annual) | $8/user (month)
$12/user with volume discount
$5.60/user (annual) | $7/user (month)
$8.80/user (annual) | $11/user (monthly)
While Hypercontext has its roots in internal and one-on-one meetings, Hugo’s origins come from a perspective centered on team meetings, internal and external, in a hybrid & remote world. These underlying differences show up in the way each platform is structured and who it’s structured for. With Hugo, all your docs are automatically linked to the following objects:
This allows your documents to be fully searchable which is invaluable for knowledge management, cross-functional collaboration, external meeting heavy departments (e.g. sales & customer success), and much more. With advanced multivariate search, you can find your notes even if you can’t remember the meeting details (e.g. notes that I saved that were also attended by someone in Acme Company). Searches can also be saved and pinned for repeat use to quickly access the information you need when you need it. By contrast, Hypercontext’s app search functionality is limited to a standard text search.
User interface is ultimately a matter of preference, but every design decision in Hugo's platform has been made with intentionality. Hugo’s design philosophy includes the following:
Support for multiple assignees - Tracking task completion across multiple assignees enables you to track a single shared task with ease (e.g. update biweekly team agenda metrics assigned to 8 people).
Track tasks based on assignee, meeting title, meeting attendee, or tags - Hugo’s dedicated task tracking page and search functionality also enables you to view your own or other people’s tasks with rich search filters. This functionality can help you stay in the know on what needs to get done, by who, by what point.
While Hypercontext supports only core integrations with Slack, Microsoft Outlook / Teams, Google Calendar / Meet, and Zapier integrations, Hugo supports a much broader range of integrations that support the way modern teams work.
Collectively, Hugo’s investment in supporting direct integrations reflects a commitment to supporting best-in-class software solutions for teams. Integrations are first-class citizens as part of the Hugo platform and can be prominently leveraged both in and off platform.
For private documents, Hugo allows for easy access to controls at the document-level. Users can opt between private, specific users, or team-wide privacy settings to ensure appropriate access for critical information.
For public documents, Hugo supports public links with guest collaboration permissions (set as view only or edit). Sharing settings also support the option to set expiration policies on shared access. The range of sharing solutions provides incredible flexibility for a variety of external meeting needs.
Administrators on the Hugo platform can also set privacy defaults to facilitate appropriate sharing of meeting information.
At Hugo, we believe that meetings are the heartbeat of your team’s culture and alignment. We’ll help you get started creating an internal meeting experience that will facilitate collaboration and knowledge sharing whether your team is remote or hybrid.
Our dedicated customer success team can help you confidently move your team onto Hugo, with minimal disruption to your business. Start for free or request a custom demo.