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Who uses Slack?
Businesses at every scale uses Slack as a business collaboration, online messaging and communication tool.

About Slack


With Slack, teams at your company can work together in channels that can be organized by project, department, office location, or anything else. Slack makes it easy for users to keep track of what matters to them. Public channels in Slack are open to everyone on the team, so people in the marketing team can see what designers are working on, sales can see on the roadmap of the product team, and new recruits can easily accelerate rather than start with a blank email inbox.

Slack connects to tools and services that businesses already use and centralizes notifications, files, and data from hundreds of different applications. This means that searching for emails for a follow-up is no longer the way to switch between different tabs and dashboards, or use dozens of tools, each with their own login information. Slack helps teams work smarter by providing all the information and content they need to make effective decisions quickly.

Everything shared in Slack is automatically indexed and archived, so companies can work with Slack to create a comprehensive knowledge base with zero effort. And Slack’s search makes it easy for users to find the information they need at any time.

Starting price: Free Free trial period: Yes Free plan: Yes Registration without credit card: Yes

iPhone / iPad

Small and Medium Size Businesses, Enterprises, Freelance Employees

English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish

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What is Slack?

Slack is a real-time communication platform designed for teams. The cloud-based solution brings group communication together in a centralized environment and changes long email topics and status update meetings. Conversations are automatically indexed and archived; this allows users to retype files including PDFs and Google documents, regardless of how long they have been shared and discussed. Slack searches the files and allows users to share documents with almost everyone.

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

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Integrations are an important part of Slack’s platform. Slack integrates with every major business application. Users can set up applications to publish notifications within the application and aggregate them.

It integrates with more than 80 external services including Slack, Asana, Box, Dropbox,, Google Drive, JIRA and Ribbon. It offers this feature when creating your own integrations on a computer with programming knowledge.

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  • Create open channels
  • Support for private groups and 1:1 direct messaging
  • File Sharing
  • Deep, Contextual Search
  • Always In Sync
  • Nearly 100 integrations
  • Open API to build your own integrations
  • All data transfer is encrypted
  • Desktop & mobile messaging
  • Notifications
  • Chat
  • Chat functionality
  • Real time updates
  • Drag & drop interface
  • Search functionality
  • Real time notifications
  • Collaborative workspace
  • Tags, keywords & @mentions
  • Audio / video conferencing
  • Two-way audio & video
  • Personalized profiles

  • Video support
  • Call sharing
  • File transfer
  • Archiving & retention
  • Document indexing
  • Mobile integration
  • Email notifications
  • Communication management
  • Commenting
  • Authentication & security
  • Single sign on
  • Compliance management
  • Real time data
  • Screen sharing
  • Document imaging
  • Tagging
  • Full text search
  • Activity logging
  • Activity tracking
  • Workflow management
  • Contact history
  • Business intelligence

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  • Slack surveyed thousands of Team Owners and Admins to see how Slack helps their teams work. The average team using Slack sees: 32% increase in productivity, 48.6% reduction in internal email, 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..

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Frequently Asked Questions

What type of pricing plans does Slack offer?

Starting from: Free Pricing model: Free, Subscription Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

Who are the typical users of Slack?

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

What languages does Slack support?

English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish

Does Slack support mobile devices?

Android, iPhone, iPad
Zapier Integration
Open API
Auto Notification
CRM Integration
Data Import / Export
Single Sign-On
Social integration
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Free Trial Available
Free Version Available
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Cloud, SaaS, Web
Installed - Mac
Installed - Windows
Mobile - Android Native
Mobile - iOS
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Customer type
Small Business
Medium Business
Target Company Size
1-10 employees
10 - 99 employees
99 - 499 employees
499 - 1000 employees
1000 - 10.000 employees
10.000+ employees
Free Version Available
Free Version Available
Free Trial Available
Free Trial Available
No Credit Card Required
No Credit Card Required
Pricing model
Free Plan: $0
Standard Plan: $6.67 per user / month billed annually (or $8.00/user/month when billed monthly)
Plus Plan: $11.75 per user / month
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