Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Direct message with a group, part of Learning Slack.
- [Instructor] In a previous movie,…I was direct messaging with one person, Griffin Snow.…If I want to direct message with multiple people,…I open a direct message and I add…the people that I want to be in conversation with.…In this case, Griffin Snow…and Joshua Delroy who works in accounting.…And I'm going to click Go and start the conversation.…And I'm going to say, are you interested…in exploring options for accounting apps in Slack?…And we'll continue to have a conversation.…Now, if I want to add other people…to this conversation, I can do that.…
I go to Show Conversation Details.…I go to the members who are part of this group…and I invite more people but when I do that,…it will create a new direct message group,…a new direct message conversation…that does not have the history…of my conversations that I'm having with Griffin and Josh.…And the reason is that there is…some level of privacy assumed, here.…It's a direct message.…It's just the three of us and I don't get to decide…that that history is open to other people…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Identify how to login to Slack workspaces.
- Distinguish different types of Slack channels.
- Describe methods of setting your status.
- Explain uses of different types of channels and Slack communications.
- Choose the best way to communicate across the company.
- Describe where communications are stored in Slack.
- Explain the relationship between messaging and channels.
- Compare and contrast storage methods in Slack and storage apps.
- Identify workspace creation and configuration tasks.
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with Slack
2. Work with Messages
3. Work with Channels
4. More Communications
5. Add Apps to Slack
6. Search and Set Preferences
7. Create a New Workspace
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