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Using Slack

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Teddy Burriss

on 4 October 2017

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Transcript of Using Slack

What is #Slack?
Using
as a
Business Tool

Slack Website says it all
Device Agnostic
The Components of Slack
Getting started Using Slack
Slack
(software) ... Slack is a cloud-based set of team collaboration tools and services, founded by Stewart Butterfield. Slack began as an internal tool used by their company, Tiny Speck. The name is an acronym for "
S
earchable
L
og of
A
ll
C
onversation and
K
nowledge".
Slack is for businesses, organizations, non-profits, families and teams.
Slack can be for departments and subgroups of bigger groups.
Macbook
Windows PC
iPhone
Android
Ipad
Windows Phone
Chrome Browser
FireFox Browser
Windows Edge Browser
Workspace
Channels
Discussions
Threads
Messages
Search
Files
Calling
Notifications
Workspace
Discussions
Messages
Workspace Files
Emoticons
Mentions
Great ways to use Slack
www.Slack.com
Send Invites to others
Get invited by others
Departments in a business
Students in a Class
Business Partners around the Globe
Association Leadership (Board)
Association Members
Family Members
Industry Peers
Slack Tips Tricks
Be in Multiple Communities
Mutually Beneficial
Command codes
- a great way to use keyboard short cuts including:
/call - call a team mate
/dm - direct message a team mate
/remind - set a reminder
Share relevant Content
Engage on other's content
Comment meaningfully
Stay on topic in channels & thread
Become a giver
Listen to others
Use Threads - this keeps your channels organized
Use DM's - not every message needs to be public.
Click on stuff to learn
Join the communities most important to you
If you are not contributing or gaining - get out
Invite other great people to join you in relevant Communities /Workspaces
Get involved, this is the best way to benefit from your Workspaces.
Use the appropriate devices to be involved
Pay attention to your Notifications
Use Important Channels Deliberately
Resources to Learn by
http://www.burrissconsulting.com/slack-as-a-business-tool/
I put a lot of interesting articles and videos into this blog post
Q&A
Teddy Burriss
Social Media Coach & Trainer

(336) 283-6121

Webinars@burrissconsulting.com

http://www.linkedin.com/in/tlburriss
Presented by:
Teddy Burriss
Burriss Consulting, Inc.
Social Media Coach & Trainer
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