When there’s a channel for everything going on at your company, everyone knows exactly where to go to get work done.
Chat service for individuals, teams, organizations and even software.
Slack I find it extremely beneficial, especially for those companies operating remotely. It actually brings all teams from all sections of a company to one single platform everybody can interact with each other both in individual chats and also in group chats.
It's like having your entire team in one place despite being in the office. I can track and monitor communication between every team, as a CEO, that is such a huge advantage because it helps enhance productivity across the organization.
I personally really like how clean it is to use Slack, there is almost zero hassle in communicating with different departments within the organization.
Direct communication with individuals is useful, especially when we want to share it with specific channel members.
|<ul> <li>Unlimited message history</li> <li>Unlimited apps and integrations</li> <li>Unlimited lightweight, voice-first huddles</li> <li>Secure work with other companies using Slack Connect channels</li> </ul>
|<ul> <li>99.99% guaranteed uptime</li> <li>User provisioning and deprovisioning</li> <li>SAML-based single sign-on</li> <li>Data exports for all messages</li> </ul>
|<ul> <li>Unlimited workspaces</li> <li>Support for data loss prevention (DLP), e-Discovery and offline backup providers</li> <li>Designated customer success teams</li> <li>HIPAA-compliant message and file collaboration</li> </ul>
We were able to better our communication and meet our objectives thanks to Slack. We interact with Slack instead of email, and the results are a faster and more cohesive team.
I've tried a lot of similar applications, and while some of them are quite good, Slack looks to be better to the majority of them; using it feels really natural and easy. It can be linked with various apps built for Slack itself, such as being notified when a Jira ticket is created, transmitting a Zoom meeting recording to a channel, and so on. Overall, a highly developed piece of beauty!
Dreaded the news that Slack got acquired but so far so good. I have a team of nearly 40 people and Slack has nearly completely replaced phone meetings. I do think it can be very distracting if you are heads down and working... thoguh they have tools for that too. It is worth mentioning that with the free version you can't search for things in past chats. This is an absolute necessity for me, so I forked over the monthly fee. But for what you get, it's worth it.
Desktop/mobile apps are much better than web app version. Multiple channels are really confusing
Using Slack for over 8 years now. I have a small team and a Free plan is good enough for me. I did use some extra apps (by using zapier) to make it more effective but some are better than others.
There's plenty to love about Slack. The apps for it are ever-evolving.
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How is the Android app? I use this mainly on Windows...