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What is Slack?

"Slack brings team communication into one place, instantly searchable, archivable and available whenever you go."

Slack is a real-time messaging, archive and conversation search tool. It is designed to make working life simpler and more productive by removing the need for internal email and inefficient file sharing methods.

Slack brings desktop and mobile messaging into one place — with seamless file sharing, conversation syncing, and notification options. It is simple and easy to use. Users can create different conversation groups with customizable privacy settings to ensure just the right people see them.

Slack is optimized as a search tool to ensure every discussion and document is archived, indexed, and available through Slack's search bar. The powerful search and archiving features will help users never lose track of the conversations they need to remember.

Slack scored 94/100 (No. 1 in Instant Messaging & Chat) in the Instant Messaging & Chat category. This is based on user satisfaction (94/100), press buzz (68/100), recent user trends (falling) and other relevant information on Slack gathered from around the web.

The score for this service has improved over the past month. What is this?

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Slack Product Overview

  • All team communication in one place: Say goodbye to internal email thanks to Slack’s desktop and mobile messaging, file sharing and notifications functions. Stay up-to-date even on the move.

  • Integrate with services you already use: Slack integrates with dozens of other services including Dropbox, Google Drive, GitHub, Datadog, Asana, Mailchimp etc.

  • Built for search: Archive, index and find conversations, files or links in seconds with Slack’s search functions.

Languages: English

Slack Features

  • API
  • Batch Permissions & Access
  • Budgeting
  • Calendar Management
  • Chat
  • Contact Management
  • Contact Sharing
  • Customer Management
  • Dashboard
  • Data Export
  • Data Import
  • Data Visualization
  • Document Comparison
  • Email Integration
  • Expense Tracking
  • External Integrations
  • File Sharing
  • File Transfer
  • Forecasting
  • Google Apps Integration
  • History/Version Control
  • Inventory Tracking
  • Marketing Automation
  • Multi-User
  • Notifications
  • Project Management
  • Scheduling
  • Supplier Management
  • Third-Party Plugins/Add-Ons
  • Travel Management
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Slack User Reviews

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4.7 /5 based on 5326 user ratings.
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(5/5) (Sales Champ at Crozdesk)

It's simple: Slack is addictive. And that is exactly what you need from an internal communication tool (well, apart from the communication bit... but Slack rocks this too).

The most difficult part of implementing new tools in a team is always getting the team to adopt it, use it, and commit to it until it sticks (or until you've figured out it's really not for you).

What makes it addictive for our team? It has the simplicity of Facebook group (or personal) chat, but with a powerful search so that you never loose important chats or brainstorms that you may need to look at later again. It's minimalistic design and the 'Slackbot' that talks to you and leads you through the setup are also part of the addiction-factor.

NOTE: regardless of which tool you want to implement, make sure you do commit to it for a week or two before judging. It takes time to change habits. As for Slack, our team has reduced e-mails by 70-80% and we've stopped communicating on 5 different platforms. Blessing.

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