Anyone who works with external partners will stress the importance of face time. From creative agencies hunkering down at a company’s headquarters for a week of brainstorming to salespeople stopping by their customers’ offices, these interactions are a staple of business as usual ... and business in 2020 is anything but usual.
How do you move work and relationships forward when these types of meetings are no longer possible? More than 32,000 Slack customers rely on shared channels to bridge those in-person gaps. A shared channel allows separate organizations to collaborate in Slack as easily and productively as they do internally. They offer a direct line to clients, agencies, consultants and customers.
Once a shared channel is linked between organizations, work on projects can continue in one place for all to see. Members of the channel from either side can join the conversation as needed and scroll through the channel history to see past discussions and decisions. Ready to give shared channels a try? The tips below will help your teams work together just as closely as they would in person.View Whitepaper
Back in 2009, we were a small team of software engineers, building a massive multiplayer game called Glitch.
We started using Internet Relay Chat (remember IRC?) to keep everyone on the same page. As work on the game progressed, we kept wishing our IRC channel could do more than just basic communication. So we found ourselves tweaking it, adding to it and hacking new ways to get things done faster.
Well, the game flopped, so we decided to focus on this new collaboration thing we’d developed.
That was a good call. Because, we ended up w ...
You may have heard Slack’s origin story: It began life as an internal tool that helped a games development company collaborate better.
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