Slack is todays AOTD

Slack is todays AOTD

Searchable Log of All Conversational Knowledge.

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00:30, Stewart Butterfield was part of the original release of slack in august 2013.

00:46, the game I mentioned was found on the Slack software Wikipedia page

Slack is a cloud based set of proprietary team collaboration tools and services, founded by Stewart Butterfield. Slack began as an internal tool used by his company, Tiny Speck, in the development of Glitch, a now defunct online game. The name is an acronym for “Searchable Log of All Conversation and Knowledge”.

Slack in the workplace

1:05, you’ll hear a story about a time I was using Slack at work and realized . One less tool i’ll have to learn.

1:40, IOS for my use is the best.

Workspaces on Slack

2:05, Learn about Slack Workspaces

2:20, The process use to be convoluted to get into slack, but it’s now changed, check out Find your workspace | Slack

2:45, integrate slack with thousands of applications across the web.

2:55, Learn what a channel is on slack, and yes you can have direct communication.

3:15, Learn slack, i’ll tell you why. Especially if your team is using Hip-chat, Slack Buys Hipchat To Take On Microsoft Teams: What It Means – Forbes

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