Although there is much fanfare around the Slack valuations, it’s usage adoption in everything from one-man-band startups to blue chip corporates isn’t causing much of a fuss at all. Why?
It Just Works.
People dig it and it really does “make work, less worky” as they say on their website.
If you want to try Slack out yourself you can get it here
•GitHub is a key component for your development team to manage code
•Twitter will keep you notified of latest tweets and mentions right from inside Slack
•Giphy delivers an endless supply of GIFs to your Slack doorstep
•Mailchimp provides updates on your email list and latest campaigns
•HelpScout ensures that your providing the best customer service
•Tatsu manages standup work meetings
•Bndr lets you add additional /commands to Slack
•Trello helps teams organize projects better and this integration keeps you updated
•Asana the task app, will update you on task progress directly in Slack
•Zapier integrates Slack with hundreds of complementary apps, including Basecamp, Evernote, and Facebook pages
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