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Welcome to slack. Slack is a new kind of messaging for teams. Bringing all your communication together in one simple place and integrating with the tools you already use.

What’s different about Slack, is that team conversations are organized into channels. You can create channels for departments, projects, office locations, anything you like.

Public channels are open so anyone on your team can pop in to see what’s going on and join the conversation.

“Nice, great job everyone.”

It’s not just about messaging though, you can also share files, images, PDFs, documents, spreadsheets.

Look, I’ve got them right here. You just simply drag and drop them into the right channel, like that.

You and your colleagues can add comments along with the document. Making collaboration more contextual, transparent, and efficient.

If you have a project that’s confidential you can create a private channel. Only the people you invite to the channel will be able to join. And if you need to reach someone directly, you can send them a direct message. It’s totally private and secure. You can also send a message to a group of people.

It’s a great way to communicate with your teammates in a short term, lightweight sort of way.

“Oh, this should be good!”

By the way, if you’re offline, in another application, or just doing research, Slack can notify you when an item needs your attention.

“Let me get right on this.”

Everything you post on Slack is searchable. Messages, notifications, files, even the content within those files.

“Oh, see? There it is.”

Now, about those integrations I mentioned earlier, well, with Slack, you can plug in many of the tools and services you already use. And have notifications from those systems, appear in whatever channels you choose.

“Oh, thanks! I think?”

Best of all, Slack works the way you work. So if you’re on the go you can start a conversation on your desktop, and pick it up on our mobile device. Everything’s in sync.

More productive. More transparent. More efficient. And no more email.

That’s Slack.