Slack has been great--it cuts down on email exchange, and having various channels gives transparency without cluttering the communication.
Co-founder & CTO - Wellthy
We can say that we are a Slack-driven company. We have a ton of integrations and a ton of bots. As a VP, it helps me manage more efficiently because at any given time I can get a pretty good idea of anything that is going on in the company, no matter where I am. Some people complain that there is a lot of noise coming from Slack. That is why we had to regulate it. For example, GIFs are only allowed in one channel. Overall it’s been far better than handling everything with email, and it’s adding more productivity than it takes away. It is also great for connecting with people that are working remotely; it makes everyone feel included.
VP of Technology - Gust
I do not like Slack; it is easy to lose messages and videos are horrible.
Co-founder & CEO - StrongDM
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Slack’s overwhelming popularity extends to companies of all sizes and stages--it’s used just as frequently by Seed-stage startups as by their enterprise equivalents.
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