A place to have the authentic conversations we’ve always wanted to have.

We believe in the basics: offering simple tools and creating space for human conversation. We’re working to build an elegant, sustainable, and hospitable place that recaptures what we all used to love about the internet.

Right now, we offer a 280-character format with familiar features. But what lies underneath is something special. From day one, our platform has been built on the belief that trust and safety must be integral, and that a positive user experience is paramount.

The scaffolding is still up and the architects are hard at work. Add yourself to our waitlist and we’ll hand you the keys as soon as we’re ready to open the gates.

We are building in the open and welcome your feedback. Reach out to us at @t2.social to share your thoughts.


Gabor Cselle (@gabor), Co-Founder / CEO
Prior to T2, Gabor was a Director at Google overseeing 0-1 incubation of new consumer products, and a Group Product Manager at Twitter where he led consumer product initiatives. He previously started and sold two companies: reMail, an mobile email app acquired by Google, and Namo Media, a native mobile ads platform which was acquired by Twitter. Gabor has a Masters degree in computer science from ETH Zurich.

Sarah Oh (@sarah), Co-Founder
Previously she was a Human Rights Advisor at Twitter. Before that, Sarah helped establish Facebook’s first team focused on implementing concrete product changes to prevent violence. Sarah graduated from Northwestern University and was previously a Visiting Scholar at The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society at the University of California.

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