Slack is a collaboration hub for work, no matter what work you do. It’s a place where conversations happen, decisions are made, and information is always at your fingertips. With Slack, your team is better connected.
Shamit Khemka- M.D. - SynapseIndia
1. Project-friendly structure
2. Integrate your other tools
3. Easy, automated reminders
I've used just Slack
Patrick Loonstra- Designer at patrickloonstra.nl
The integrations are awesome!
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Depending who you ask, Slack is either an indispensable business tool or an attention-draining time suck. And for better or worse, the chat app has added a feature designed to keep people even more glued to the service. Today (June 21), Slack is making third-party integrations more robust with something called message buttons.
Share to email Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Share to google Covering venture capital, software and startups Slack is happy if its users want other productivity apps to go with Slack's own communications tools.
Message Buttons mark the biggest change to the Slack API since its inception. They're deceptively simple - a bit of UI that lets users interact with your apps directly. They're available in the Slack API and can be added to any existing app.
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