AuthorGini von Courter
- Joining and leaving Slack channels
- Editing your profile
- Writing and replying to messages
- Sharing links and files in Slack
- Creating channels
- Making calls in Slack
- Direct messaging
- Adding apps like Twitter
- Setting Slack preferences
- Configuring team roles and permissions
Skill Level Beginner
- [Instructor] Welcome to Slack. I'm Gini von Courter. Slack is software for teams. When your team uses Slack, all of your important conversations are in one place. And you can access those conversations with a browser, on a PC or Mac, or using a mobile app. And you conversations are synchronized across all those devices. Slack puts your team's communications at your fingertips. But Slack is so much more than messaging. Upload files to Slack to securely share them with a colleague or a group.
Search Slack to sift through messages and files, and quickly locate important content. Use Slack call to have a more direct communication with a colleague. And Slack supports integration with more than 1,500 apps, so you can use your company's tools and systems directly from Slack. Slack is a team communication and collaboration tool that's not just powerful and easy to use, but it's actually fun, which explains its popularity in organizations large and small.
Please join me for this dive into Slack.
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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