Wednesday September 23, 2020

Millions have adopted Slack as a messaging tool for teams and communities.

But does its ease of use actually work against it?, asks Jane Ruffino

22nd May, 2016
In two years, Slack went from 16,000 to 2.7 million daily active users

I’m currently a member of 15 Slack teams. If you’re not familiar with Slack, it’s a messaging tool for teams and communities, where the main strength is, well, everything. It’s fast and reliable, it integrates with just about any other tool you use (you can make Skype calls in it, order an Uber, manage your workload with Trello) – and it’s fun.

In two years, Slack...

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