Slack – Bringing All Work Communication Into One Place
If youa��re like many organizations, you might find yourself juggling a whole host of different communication tools. You have your email, an instant messaging application, a separate video conferencing tool, another platform for virtual water cooler talka�� the list could go on.
The trouble comes in when you accumulate more and more collaboration tools over time and find yourself overwhelmed with notifications, confused about which platform youa��re supposed to be using for what, and wasting your time jumping from application to application just to communicate with your coworkers.
SlackA�consolidates your internal communications.
Internal emails, instant messages, and video chats, even water cooler talks all have their home in this package. With different integrations, you can also pull in different productivity tools, social media accounts, and so forth, to centralize your operations even further.
With Slack, you set up a�?channelsa�? (public or private) for different projects, teams, client accounts, or other initiatives, and all communication is stored in chronological order.
You can also send direct and group chats, and a�� depending on whether you have the free or paid version a�� video call one or more people directly from the application.