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A summary of slack and the role it can play in non-for-profit organizations.

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  1. 1. Slack Jainabou Jallow & Emily Bouchard
  2. 2. What is Slack? “More transparent, more productive, more efficient, and no more email. That’s Slack.” • Messaging application for teams • All communication in one place; integrates with existing apps and tools
  3. 3. How Slack Works • Create a team • Conversations are organized into customizable channels • Channels can be created for departments, projects, etc. • Team members can drop- in on all channels
  4. 4. How Slack Works • Share images and files (drag & drop) • Collaborate on documents easily; make comments • Private groups; Direct Messaging • React with emoticons
  5. 5. Features: Mentions, Stars, & Pins
  6. 6. Features: Notifications & Mobile • Receive Slack updates live while you’re working outside of Slack • Mobile app feature; so you can work on Slack anywhere, anytime • “Set as away” feature
  7. 7. Features: Integrations And many more!
  8. 8. What does it cost? • You can sign up for free – unlimited amount of team members; meant for a trial run or small teams • Premium accounts available for more customizability, more memory, and more integrations Free 5GB Search 10k most recent messages 10 integrations Standard Usage stats and reporting Unlimited search & integrations Plus 24/7 Support Security 99.99% Uptime Single Sign-On Compliance Exports Enterprise Coming in 2016 Multiple team directory Org wide metrics $6.67/per user/per mo $12.50/per user/per mo
  9. 9. Share info between all team members freely Collect searchable database of knowledge naturally Fun, easy way to collaborate and connect Why should we use Slack in our field? 1 2 3