about.me for Slack

Create a visual team directory for introductions

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Zoë Björnson
@kzoeb · Product Marketing, about.me
So awesome to see that 200+ teams have installed our Slack app! We're excited to keep making it better for all of you and thank you for checking it out 😽
Would you recommend about.me for Slack to a friend?


Zoë Björnson
@kzoeb · Product Marketing, about.me
Thank for the hunt, Chris! We developed the about.me Slack app to help teams and communities make team member introductions seamless, make it easier for team members to learn about each other, and help them create valuable connections Once the app is installed, team members can create or connect their pages with the /aboutme command. Pages are then shared… See more
Tony Conrad
@tonysphere · Founder, about.me
Thanks Chris! This is one of my favorite use cases for externalizing links to my about.me page. Slack is the app many of use non stop to interact with our teams as well as distinct Slack communities, so seeing more context on people is really empowering.
Ryan Hoover
@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Particularly useful for bigger organizations. Aside: We've talked about some version of this within the Product Hunt community. How can we make people feel welcome and properly "introduced" when joining for the first time. Very different context but this integration is a good example of how this could be done, at least within Slack.
Chris Messina
@chrismessina · 🏆 PH Community Member of the Year!
This is a great way to bring About.me into the world of conversational software — great for casual interest groups using Slack, as well as growing teams! Love this use case, given how sparse the Slack user profile is.
Hiten Shah
@hnshah · Crazy Egg, KISSmetrics & Quick Sprout
About.me happens to also be one of the easiest ways to get a simple page profile that's all about you. This about.me integration into Slack is particularly useful for Slack communities, growing remote teams and also large companies. There's no better way to start getting to know people on your team especially when you don't have much face-to-face time.