If you use Slack for communications in the workplace, then you know the importance of your username. This is how your coworkers and others identify you in mentions and direct messages. While Slack did away with literal "usernames" in 2017, you probably think of your Display Name as your Username. And with good reason, it’s used the same way.
If you didn’t like the display name you chose for yourself initially or need to make yours more unique, so people recognize you easier, here’s how to change your display name in Slack.
If you and your team use Slack for communicating, then you probably already appreciate many of its handy features. And one of the features makes acknowledging messages or comments without actually answering simple. Reactions.
With reactions in Slack, you can quickly use an emoji or other symbol to indicate you’ve accomplished a task, are looking into the issue, or will be right back.
If you’re just now starting to use Slack or simply haven’t taken a moment to check out this feature, here’s how to use reactions in Slack as well as add or remove them.
Keyboard shortcuts aren’t just handy for Apple’s apps on Mac, but they can be awesome for third-party apps as well. Depending on the app, you may have many shortcuts that can help you navigate, chat, edit, or manage the window without the need for a mouse or trackpad. Slack is one of these apps.
If you use Slack for team communications, then check out and bookmark this list of keyboard shortcuts.
Slack is one of the most popular communication tools out there, specifically for businesses, and now the app is a lot easier to navigate.
Microsoft is making some big changes for Office 365 and Microsoft Teams, broadening availability in big ways.
You might be a full-time remote worker or just working from your home temporarily. Either way, you need a method to communicate with coworkers, employees, and others who work remotely like you.
There are some wonderful tools available for chatting with your team. From those that have simple chat capabilities to others with app and service integrations.
If you’re looking for the right app for your remote communications, these are some of the best ones out there.
iOS is getting a system-wide dark mode very soon thanks to the incoming launch of iOS 13. macOS, on the other hand, has supported a dark mode for quite some time already, and now Slack for the desktop operating system is jumping on the bandwagon, too.
Slack is such a widely used communication tool for businesses and teams that if you belong to more than one Slack workspace, it can get overwhelming. You may have a large number of notifications displayed on the app badge icon, but until you open Slack, you don’t know which workspace they belong to.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have two separate instances of Slack on your iOS device? That way, you can use one for higher priority workspaces and the other for lower priority workspaces. Then, you can check the most important one when needed.
Luckily, we were able to catch a great tip from a recent episode of Cortex, a podcast hosted by CGP Grey and Myke Hurley. So, here’s how to get two Slack apps on your iPhone or iPad.
If you and your team use Slack to communicate, then you already know that it’s a flexible tool with great features. So, when it comes to customizations, it’s no surprise that you have a variety of options.
From how to view notifications to marking messages as read to the sidebar appearance, here are the customization options for the Slack app on your Mac.
If you use Slack as a communication tool for your in-office staff or remote team, then you probably know the app has handy notifications. And, the desktop application works with the mobile app to notify you when you are away from your computer.
So, if you use Slack on your iPhone, you should know there are several ways you can customize those notifications. You can see exactly what you want, when you want, on your iPhone with these settings.
Popular cloud-based enterprise team collaboration service Slack has removed its Apple Watch app from the most recent update to its app on App Store.
FiftyThree, developer of the popular sketching app for iOS Paper, has released Paste on the App Store. Paste is reimagining the traditional PowerPoint app, aiming at making collaboration easier.