Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Share a link, part of Learning Slack.
- [Instructor] It is wicked easy…to share content that you find on websites…with your colleagues using Slack.…Whether the content is a tweak in your Twitter feed,…a post from a website or blog…or information on your intranet.…If you can get to a URL,…then you have the ability to share it on Slack.…For example let's take a look at the US Government's…efforts on solar energy.…I want this link.…Now sometimes you'll point to a link…and it will be really long,…so a shortcut here for all browsers…is that you can hold Control and hit L…to select an entire link.…
I think that's a Command + L on a Mac.…And then I can copy it.…If I'm in Windows I can do Control + C.…Let's go back now to where I want to paste this.…Here come my replies.…This is happening.…So somebody voted for Mexico.…That's cool.…And I want to post this actually in general.…Here's the latest from the Department of Energy.…
That's a great shortcut reference here…because everybody in our company knows who the DOE is…and I'm gonna paste it with a Control + V.…And I'm going to press enter.…
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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