Taylor felt like she was losing a sense of community. "We were all more than just co-workers," she said.
"I don't know what the future of Yik Yak is, but I can't see that it continues," she said.
The once-anonymous social networking app, which is aimed at college students, allows users to post updates based on location.
Earlier this year, the app went through significant changes after seeing declines in usage, according to multiple media reports. Users must now have a username to post on the app, eliminating the "anonymous" feature.
Both of the company's founders, Brooks Buffington and Droll, went to high school in metro Atlanta.