Slack

Slack

A single place for team communication and workflows

4.6/5 (17946 reviews)

Slack Overview

What is Slack?

Slack is a workplace communication tool that connects users with the people and tools they work with everyday, no matter where they are or what they do. Teams in Slack work together in channels that can be organized by project, department, office location, or anything else, really. This makes it easy for users to follow the topics that are important to them. Public channels are open to anyone on the team so marketing can see what designers are working on, sales can see what’s on the product team’s roadmap, and new hires can easily get up to speed instead of starting with an empty email inbox.

Slack connects to the tools and services that businesses already use and centralizes the notifications, files, and data from hundreds of different applications. This means no more searching through emails for that one follow-up, constantly switching between different tabs and dashboards, or juggling dozens of tools - each with their own login. Slack helps teams work smarter by providing all of the information and context needed to make effective decisions quickly.

Everything shared in Slack is automatically indexed and archived so that companies can create a comprehensive knowledge base with zero effort, simply by working in Slack. And, Slack’s search makes it easy find the information users need, whenever they need it.

Slack Overview

Pricing

Starting from
US$8.00/month

Pricing options

Free Trial
Free
Subscription
Value for money

Free Plan: $0
• No limits on time or users
• Search and browse up to 10k of the most recent messages
• 10 apps or service integrations
• Native apps for iOS, Android, Mac & Windows Desktop
• Two-person voice and video calls
• 5GB total file storage for the team
• Two-factor authentication

Standard Plan: $6.67 per user / month billed annually (or $8.00/user/month when billed monthly)
Everything in the Free plan, and:
• Unlimited searchable message archives
• Unlimited apps and service integrations
• Custom retention policies for messages and files
• Guest access
• Priority support
• OAuth via Google
• Mandatory two-factor authentication
• Custom User Groups to reach a team or department
• Group voice and video calls
• 10GB file storage per team member
• Custom Profiles

Plus Plan: $11.75 per user / month
Everything in the Standard plan, and:
• SAML-based single sign-on (SSO)
• Compliance Exports of all messages
• 99.99% Guaranteed Uptime SLA
• 24/7 Support with 4-hour response time
• User provisioning and deprovisioning
• Real-time Active Directory sync with OneLogin, Okta, Centrify, and Ping Identity
• 20GB file storage per team member

Enterprise Grid
Slack Enterprise Grid powers the design, usage, and administration of multiple interconnected Slack workspaces across the entire company.
• Organization-wide search, direct messaging, and announcement-focused channels
• Unlimited workspaces, customized around the people, information and apps that matter most to a team
• Shared channels between workspaces to connect teams when needed
• Security, compliance, billing, and platform integration management in a single view
• Support for integrations with data loss prevention (DLP), e-Discovery, and offline backup providers
• 1 TB (1,000 GB) of storage per user
• Dedicated account and customer success teams
• 24/7 support with 2-hour response time


Slack Features

Devices
Business size
S M L
Markets
Asia, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China and 5 others, Europe, Germany, India, Japan, Latin America
Supported Languages
English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish

Screenshots

Slack screenshot: Access messages, files, and services in one place
Slack screenshot: Access messages, files, and services in one place Slack screenshot: Integrate with any number of third party applications for in-chat notifications Slack screenshot: Use the deep search functionality to find messages from across multiple channels Slack screenshot: Create custom teams and channels to categorize and organize conversations

Slack Reviews

Slack Reviews

Overall rating
4.6
/
5
Excellent
12616

Very good
4447

Average
726

Poor
118

Terrible
39

Value for Money
4.5
Features
4.5
Ease of Use
4.6
Customer Support
4.4
95% recommended this app
Kevin W.

Slack is a great collaboration tool for our team, improves communication and productivity.

I am very happy of using it as a main communication tool at work. And I have been using it for a few years now. Every colleague I worked with, they all like it. I hope slack keep up the good work and make more neat features for us all.


Bhavin S.

Don't think Get Slack

I would like to say that for team collaboration and channel managment, you should definitely go with Slack. There are so many benefits I have got by using Slack.


Verified Reviewer

Working from home? Slack is a game changer.

I did not really pay attention to the quality of Slack before being forced to work from home in this highly distributed, asynchronous mode. When you have to cope with working from home (and kids schooling from home), this is a very nice upgrade to emails and other forms of online collaborative tools. It's a one-stop shop where you can also see the notification from Google Doc edits, and even respond from Slack. It saves me a lot of time.


Aaron R.

Love it. Slack-ing off @ work

It has offered a more comfortable work life and the UX seems to have that as a guiding principal. It works well and has a wonderful host of API's that greatly extend functionality of the software.


Verified Reviewer

Slack : A very quick review

Slack improves correspondence among colleagues.

In spite of the fact that it doesnot supplant the need of email yet yes it clearly reduces unnecessary inside messages

Slack stays a standout amongst the best group informing applications since it offers more than some other application in this classification.

For a variety of devices and platforms, Slack is available: mobile Mac, Windows, Linux, Web, Android, iOS, and Windows.
It is a cloud-based tool in real time, so you need an Internet connection to use it regardless of which app you have.


Kevin W.
Industry: Gambling & Casinos
Company size: 201-500 Employees

Slack is a great collaboration tool for our team, improves communication and productivity.

Used Daily for 2+ years
Reviewed on 03/12/2019
Review Source: Capterra

I am very happy of using it as a main communication tool at work. And I have been using it for a few years now. Every colleague I worked with, they all like it. I hope slack keep up the good work and make more neat features for us all.

Pros

Slack is a team communication tool, it very well categories the different processes in different channels, restrict the conversation is relevant to the channel and everyone who join that channel can collaboratively contribute to the topics.

It also provides a neat feature call thread, which you can start a discussion under a message and solve issues with that person. It reduces the distractions from the channels and help other members concentrate on the topics they care about.

You can also integrate automatic messages from other apps, softwares, e.g. we implemented the gitlab automation messages in the developers channel, it indicates what work has been done, it passes or break the build, etc.

Lovely integration of slash command feature, for giphy images, for icons, for text formats, etc. Making the conversation more fun.

You can also pin useful information, that you can easily access in anytime.

Cons

when you enter a message without sending, it places that person's icon into a draft section in the navigation area. It is kind of tricky to find that person, if you forgot you have a pending message to send and you are wondering why that persion is disappeared from your direct message section.

search bar can be improved as well, it would be nice to have more advanced search terms like what google does.

Rating breakdown

Value for Money
Ease of Use
Customer Support

Likelihood to recommend: 10.0/10

Bhavin S.
Industry: Computer Software
Company size: 201-500 Employees

Don't think Get Slack

Used Daily for 2+ years
Reviewed on 27/12/2018
Review Source: Capterra

I would like to say that for team collaboration and channel managment, you should definitely go with Slack. There are so many benefits I have got by using Slack.

Pros

The best thing about slack is , it keeps you updated with the team collaboration with updated features where you can make your work done.

Apart from that Slack gives you a status feataure to write about yourself for a line or 2 lines sentence. When you are communicating with someone then he/she can see your status sentence. You can edit or clear your status by clicking on your name to the top left sidebar.

Another feature which I liked is when you slack messages are loading there is a random person's status is loaded infront of your screen so that You can get to know about his/her slack status.

Before proceeding for collaboration with your team or person, slack provides its SlackBot to get started with Slack basics so that you can have proper idea to use slack.

One more thing I liked is, slack gives you the notification feature for giving you updates regarding slack messages. You can send messages to yourself which will not be vanished from your slack account. This way you can keep important messages to your personal chatbox.

If you send a piece of Code then it will convert automatically to that code format to understand easily.

Cons

Whenever your message is read by someone, then you will not know if that person has read your message or not.
After sending messages to a person, and if a person has not read the message , and you delete the message then that person won't be able to know what message you have sent.
After sometime (Appox : 10 days) , the slack conversaion gets deleted from your account unless you don't have subscribed.
Voice Communication needs to be there in Slack.

Also there are no calender and documents features in Slack.

It uses more memory in Desktop.

Task assignment is yet to be there.

Rating breakdown

Value for Money
Ease of Use
Customer Support

Likelihood to recommend: 9.0/10

Verified Reviewer
Industry: Computer Software
Company size: 51-200 Employees

Working from home? Slack is a game changer.

Used Daily for 2+ years
Reviewed on 27/03/2020
Review Source: Capterra

I did not really pay attention to the quality of Slack before being forced to work from home in this highly distributed, asynchronous mode. When you have to cope with working from home (and kids schooling from home), this is a very nice upgrade to emails and other forms of online collaborative tools. It's a one-stop shop where you can also see the notification from Google Doc edits, and even respond from Slack. It saves me a lot of time.

Pros

I've been using Slack for over 5 years now, I liked it. But for the past 3 weeks, with the pandemic outburst, my organization switch to a full work-from-home environment, and Slack has been a game changer for our company. The thing I love with Slack is the integration of your whole work ecosystem within the app: you can attach your G-suite credentials, and Slack will send you reminders for your next meeting, with a direct link to the Google Hangout URL if your organization uses it. Now that we need to have all our standups and daily meeting in an on-line form, this feature has turned to be a real boost in my productivity. You can also see the status of your co-workers, if they're available or already in a meeting. And if they are, you can leave a message on Slack, they will respond when they can in an asynchronous way.

Cons

The learning curve is a bit steep as many shortcuts and integrations are not necessarily very intuitive to learn. Also, there is a risk of being overwhelmed with a multiplication of Slack channels you can subscribe to, and getting too many notifications that can become a distraction. But that's the flip side of having a central tool for all your online collaborative work.

Rating breakdown

Ease of Use

Likelihood to recommend: 9.0/10

Aaron R.
Industry: Hospital & Health Care
Company size: 51-200 Employees

Love it. Slack-ing off @ work

Used Daily for 1+ year
Reviewed on 15/01/2020
Review Source: Capterra

It has offered a more comfortable work life and the UX seems to have that as a guiding principal. It works well and has a wonderful host of API's that greatly extend functionality of the software.

Pros

It makes Microsoft Teams or whatever they call it this year obsolete. It's like an intra-office Reddit for us. Hilarious but still very productive.

Cons

That it defaults to trying to update via windows store. Which is not accesible via group policy. Forcing an manual install every time.

Rating breakdown

Value for Money
Ease of Use
Customer Support

Likelihood to recommend: 10.0/10

Verified Reviewer
Industry: Information Technology & Services
Company size: 10,001+ Employees

Slack : A very quick review

Used Daily for 1+ year
Reviewed on 15/05/2019
Review Source: Capterra

Slack improves correspondence among colleagues.

In spite of the fact that it doesnot supplant the need of email yet yes it clearly reduces unnecessary inside messages

Slack stays a standout amongst the best group informing applications since it offers more than some other application in this classification.

For a variety of devices and platforms, Slack is available: mobile Mac, Windows, Linux, Web, Android, iOS, and Windows.
It is a cloud-based tool in real time, so you need an Internet connection to use it regardless of which app you have.

Pros

What I truly like is to discover individuals and ping them and begin a transformation.

Most significant, you can share records, photographs, URL, gifs (Very significant), in a solitary spot.
Making joint effort simple and something to appreciate.

at the point when significant data is imparted to other application it gets lost and there is no record of it.

With the slack channel, the data is put away and can be utilized as references

Slack makes it workable for its clients to have numerous alternatives of getting informed.

The best component, as I would see it, is the place somebody can "@" you in a message or a post.

Cons

Below are some points which I least like in Slack:

Video calls are just bolstered in the work area applications and Slack for web in the Chrome program.

In the event that you join a call from a cell phone, you get sound as it were.

So also, screen sharing just works from the work area applications,

what's more, sharing control of screen sharing just works in the Mac and Window work area applications (not Linux).

From the web application in Chrome, you can watch on the off chance that another person utilizes screen sharing, yet you can't start it.

There is also no option for downloading conversations to create a hard copy record (for minutes of meeting, etc.).

No File Preview: If you could preview a document without downloading it first, it would be nice. But Slack does'nt have this feature.

Rating breakdown

Value for Money
Ease of Use
Customer Support

Likelihood to recommend: 7.0/10

User recommendation
8.9/10
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Slack Pricing

Slack Pricing

Starting from
US$8.00/month
Free Trial
Free
Subscription
Value for money

Free Plan: $0
• No limits on time or users
• Search and browse up to 10k of the most recent messages
• 10 apps or service integrations
• Native apps for iOS, Android, Mac & Windows Desktop
• Two-person voice and video calls
• 5GB total file storage for the team
• Two-factor authentication

Standard Plan: $6.67 per user / month billed annually (or $8.00/user/month when billed monthly)
Everything in the Free plan, and:
• Unlimited searchable message archives
• Unlimited apps and service integrations
• Custom retention policies for messages and files
• Guest access
• Priority support
• OAuth via Google
• Mandatory two-factor authentication
• Custom User Groups to reach a team or department
• Group voice and video calls
• 10GB file storage per team member
• Custom Profiles

Plus Plan: $11.75 per user / month
Everything in the Standard plan, and:
• SAML-based single sign-on (SSO)
• Compliance Exports of all messages
• 99.99% Guaranteed Uptime SLA
• 24/7 Support with 4-hour response time
• User provisioning and deprovisioning
• Real-time Active Directory sync with OneLogin, Okta, Centrify, and Ping Identity
• 20GB file storage per team member

Enterprise Grid
Slack Enterprise Grid powers the design, usage, and administration of multiple interconnected Slack workspaces across the entire company.
• Organization-wide search, direct messaging, and announcement-focused channels
• Unlimited workspaces, customized around the people, information and apps that matter most to a team
• Shared channels between workspaces to connect teams when needed
• Security, compliance, billing, and platform integration management in a single view
• Support for integrations with data loss prevention (DLP), e-Discovery, and offline backup providers
• 1 TB (1,000 GB) of storage per user
• Dedicated account and customer success teams
• 24/7 support with 2-hour response time

Free Plan: $0
• No limits on time or users
• Search and browse up to 10k of the most recent messages
• 10 apps or service integrations
• Native apps for iOS, Android, Mac & Windows Desktop
• Two-person voice and video calls
• 5GB total file storage for the team
• Two-factor authentication

Standard Plan: $6.67 per user / month billed annually (or $8.00/user/month when billed monthly)
Everything in the Free plan, and:
• Unlimited searchable message archives
• Unlimited apps and service integrations
• Custom retention policies for messages and files
• Guest access
• Priority support
• OAuth via Google
• Mandatory two-factor authentication
• Custom User Groups to reach a team or department
• Group voice and video calls
• 10GB file storage per team member
• Custom Profiles

Plus Plan: $11.75 per user / month
Everything in the Standard plan, and:
• SAML-based single sign-on (SSO)
• Compliance Exports of all messages
• 99.99% Guaranteed Uptime SLA
• 24/7 Support with 4-hour response time
• User provisioning and deprovisioning
• Real-time Active Directory sync with OneLogin, Okta, Centrify, and Ping Identity
• 20GB file storage per team member

Enterprise Grid
Slack Enterprise Grid powers the design, usage, and administration of multiple interconnected Slack workspaces across the entire company.
• Organization-wide search, direct messaging, and announcement-focused channels
• Unlimited workspaces, customized around the people, information and apps that matter most to a team
• Shared channels between workspaces to connect teams when needed
• Security, compliance, billing, and platform integration management in a single view
• Support for integrations with data loss prevention (DLP), e-Discovery, and offline backup providers
• 1 TB (1,000 GB) of storage per user
• Dedicated account and customer success teams
• 24/7 support with 2-hour response time

Value for Money
4.5/5
Based on 17,946 user ratings
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Slack Features

Slack Features

API
Access Control
Activity Dashboard
Activity Tracking
Automatic Notifications
Chat
Collaboration Tools
Collaborative Workspace
Commenting
Customizable Branding
Document Management
Document Storage
Drag & Drop Interface
File Management
Permission Management
Projections
SSL Security
Search Functionality
Third Party Integration
Workflow Management
Features
4.5/5
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Additional information for Slack

Additional information for Slack

Key features of Slack

  • 1:1 and group calls
  • @mentions
  • API availability
  • Activity logging
  • Activity tracking
  • All data transfer is encrypted
  • Always In Sync
  • Archiving & retention
  • Audio / video conferencing
  • Authentication & security
  • Business intelligence
  • Call sharing
  • Chat
  • Chat functionality
  • Collaboration tools
  • Collaborative workspace
  • Commenting
  • Communication management
  • Compliance management
  • Contact history
  • Create open channels
  • Deep, Contextual Search
  • Desktop & mobile messaging
  • Desktop notifications
  • Document distribution
  • Document imaging
  • Document indexing
  • Drag & drop interface
  • Email notifications
  • File Sharing
  • File transfer
  • Full text search
  • Indexing
  • Mobile integration
  • Nearly 100 integrations
  • Notifications
  • Open API to build your own integrations
  • Personalized profiles
  • Prioritizing
  • Private text chat
  • Real time data
  • Real time notifications
  • Real time updates
  • Screen sharing
  • Search functionality
  • Single sign on
  • Support for private groups and 1:1 direct messaging
  • Tagging
  • Tags, keywords & @mentions
  • Two-way audio & video
  • Video support
  • Workflow management

Benefits

Slack surveyed thousands of Team Owners and Admins to see how Slack helps their teams work. The average team using Slack sees:

  • A 32% increase in productivity.

  • A 48.6% reduction in internal email.

  • A 25.1% reduction in meetings.

  • And, 80.4% agree Slack has increased transparency on their team.

    These findings have both tangible and intangible benefits for any business. Fewer meetings, reply-all email threads, and lengthy conference calls means teams can work smarter and be more productive. Additionally, this helps teams feel more connected and engaged at work.

  • GetApp Analysis

    GetApp Analysis

    Email, voicemail, instant messages, text messages, and phone calls are just a few of the ways that busy teams communicate, but manually checking and responding to the messages coming from so many platforms consumes far too many resources for today’s busy teams. Slack is a cloud-based solution that replaces traditional forms of messaging, and brings all group communication together in one place.

    Designed for businesses of all sizes, Slack is frequently used by leading technology companies such as BuzzFeed, Salesforce, Spotify, and eBay. Top features include real-time messaging, drag-and-drop file sharing, automatic indexing, and integration with hundreds of popular business apps. Slack offers its own native apps for iOS and Android, which means users are able to stay updated whether they’re working inside or outside the office.

    Browsing Channels

    What is Slack?

    Slack is a real-time communication platform designed for teams. The cloud-based solution brings group communication together into a centralized environment and replaces long email threads and status update meetings. Conversations are automatically indexed and archived, which enables users to pull up past files—including PDFs and Google documents—regardless of how long ago those files were shared and discussed. Slack searches within files, and it also allows users to share documents with virtually anyone.

    In addition to its powerful messaging and document sharing capabilities, Slack also serves as a hub for integrated business apps. Organizations are able to integrate many of the tools they use every day with their Slack accounts. Pulling this data into a single platform saves time and increases efficiency for busy teams.

    Switching Between Teams

    Slack Main Features

    Real-time messaging

    Slack is best-known as a real-time messaging platform for teams. In addition to facilitating open conversations between groups of people, Slack also offers the ability to conduct private conversations in a one-on-on setting and within smaller sub-groups. (These sub-groups are ideal for handling more sensitive topics that may not apply to everyone in the company.)

    Login to Slack to start participating in a group conversation. These conversations will replace lengthy email threads, and they enable you to work more quickly when communicating with large groups of people. Use the @mention feature to tag a specific colleague within the context of a larger conversation, or add an emoji to demonstrate how you’re feeling at the time when a message is sent.

    Messaging

    Team channels

    Communication within Slack is divided up into channels, private groups, and direct messages. Channels are the place where open conversations take place. These conversations are easily archived and searchable.

    Anyone can join a channel, including team owners, admins, and regular users. However, you do have the option to prevent users with restricted access and single-channel guests from searching specific channels. Clicking on the information icon for each channel pulls up information about that channel’s purpose, along with the ability to add other users and browse shared files. The information icon is also what you’d select to leave any channel.

    Adding Channels

    Drag-and-drop file sharing

    Slack has developed a method for quickly sharing files of all types. Users can drag-and-drop files from their computers, or the cloud, directly into Slack. Slack supports PDFs, images, and videos, along with many other types of files.

    Once you’ve shared a document with your colleagues, get ready for the feedback. With Slack, your colleagues can comment on the file you’ve shared. These internal discussions can take place through the comments section. You can also add stars to the documents your colleagues have uploaded to mark which files you’d like to keep handy for future reference.

    Uploading Files

    Indexing and archiving

    Slack automatically indexes and archives everything that goes on within a team’s account. This includes all messages, notifications, and files. Slack also indexes the content of every document that’s uploaded, which means users can search for keywords contained in specific PDFs or Word documents.

    When you use Slack, you don’t have to worry about accidentally losing track of an important file, even after the group discussing that file has been disbanded. Private groups can be archived or closed after they’ve served their purpose. Archiving a group removes it from the list of available groups, but keeps all data secure for future reference.

    Archiving a Channel

    Contextual search

    The search features in most email platforms are not robust enough to handle the needs of growing organizations, which is why Slack has developed its own contextual search tools. Users are able to search for keywords across entire team archives, or within specific documents, images, and other files.

    In cases where the one thing you remember about a particular file is a generic keyword, you can use Slack’s filtering tools to dig deeper into the archives and pinpoint whatever it is you need. Search results can be filtered by date range, relevancy, and person, along with many other factors.

    Deep Search

    Slack Integrations

    Integrations are a major part of Slack’s platform. Slack integrates with virtually every major business app. Users are able to set up their apps to post notifications inside the app and bring data together into one place.

    Slack integrates with more than 80 external services, including Asana, Box, Dropbox, Desk.com, Google Drive, JIRA, and Stripe. Users with programming knowledge also have the option to create their own integrations.

    Slack Pricing

    Slack is free for teams of all sizes. Teams can use Slack for an unlimited amount of time without paying a dime. Organizations that need upgraded features, such as searchable archives with unlimited messages and unlimited external integrations, can sign up for a Standard plan at $6.67 per user, per month. Slack’s Plus plan costs $12.50 per user, per month. Enterprise plans are coming soon.

    Slack Bottom Line

    • Real-time conversations in an open or private environment
    • Creates transparency within groups and teams
    • Integrates with hundreds of popular business services
    • Mobile push notifications keep users updated 24/7
    • Free to use for teams of all sizes

    Slack FAQs

    Slack FAQs

    Below are some frequently asked questions for Slack.

    Q. What type of pricing plans does Slack offer?

    Slack offers the following pricing plans:

    Starting from: US$8.00/month

    Pricing model: Free, Subscription

    Free Trial: Available

    Free Plan: $0 • No limits on time or users • Search and browse up to 10k of the most recent messages • 10 apps or service integrations • Native apps for iOS, Android, Mac & Windows Desktop • Two-person voice and video calls • 5GB total file storage for the team • Two-factor authentication Standard Plan: $6.67 per user / month billed annually (or $8.00/user/month when billed monthly) Everything in the Free plan, and: • Unlimited searchable message archives • Unlimited apps and service integrations • Custom retention policies for messages and files • Guest access • Priority support • OAuth via Google • Mandatory two-factor authentication • Custom User Groups to reach a team or department • Group voice and video calls • 10GB file storage per team member • Custom Profiles Plus Plan: $11.75 per user / month Everything in the Standard plan, and: • SAML-based single sign-on (SSO) • Compliance Exports of all messages • 99.99% Guaranteed Uptime SLA • 24/7 Support with 4-hour response time • User provisioning and deprovisioning • Real-time Active Directory sync with OneLogin, Okta, Centrify, and Ping Identity • 20GB file storage per team member Enterprise Grid Slack Enterprise Grid powers the design, usage, and administration of multiple interconnected Slack workspaces across the entire company. • Organization-wide search, direct messaging, and announcement-focused channels • Unlimited workspaces, customized around the people, information and apps that matter most to a team • Shared channels between workspaces to connect teams when needed • Security, compliance, billing, and platform integration management in a single view • Support for integrations with data loss prevention (DLP), e-Discovery, and offline backup providers • 1 TB (1,000 GB) of storage per user • Dedicated account and customer success teams • 24/7 support with 2-hour response time

    Q. What are the main features of Slack?

    Slack offers the following features:

    • 1:1 and group calls
    • @mentions
    • API availability
    • Activity logging
    • Activity tracking
    • All data transfer is encrypted
    • Always In Sync
    • Archiving & retention
    • Audio / video conferencing
    • Authentication & security
    • Business intelligence
    • Call sharing
    • Chat
    • Chat functionality
    • Collaboration tools
    • Collaborative workspace
    • Commenting
    • Communication management
    • Compliance management
    • Contact history
    • Create open channels
    • Deep, Contextual Search
    • Desktop & mobile messaging
    • Desktop notifications
    • Document distribution
    • Document imaging
    • Document indexing
    • Drag & drop interface
    • Email notifications
    • File Sharing
    • File transfer
    • Full text search
    • Indexing
    • Mobile integration
    • Nearly 100 integrations
    • Notifications
    • Open API to build your own integrations
    • Personalized profiles
    • Prioritizing
    • Private text chat
    • Real time data
    • Real time notifications
    • Real time updates
    • Screen sharing
    • Search functionality
    • Single sign on
    • Support for private groups and 1:1 direct messaging
    • Tagging
    • Tags, keywords & @mentions
    • Two-way audio & video
    • Video support
    • Workflow management

    Q. Who are the typical users of Slack?

    Slack has the following typical customers:

    Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profit, Public Administrations, Small Business

    Q. What languages does Slack support?

    Slack supports the following languages:

    English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish

    Q. What type of pricing plans does Slack offer?

    Slack has the following pricing plans:

    Free, Subscription

    Q. Does Slack support mobile devices?

    Slack supports the following devices:

    Android, iPhone, iPad

    Q. What other apps does Slack integrate with?

    Slack integrates with the following applications:

    Aircall, Asana, Bitium, Breezy HR, Datadog, Dropbox, Help Scout, LiveChat, PagerDuty, Resource Guru

    Q. What level of support does Slack offer?

    Slack offers the following support options:

    FAQs, Knowledge Base, Online Support, Video Tutorials