Slack is a cloud-based set of collaboration tools and services. The name is an acronym for “Searchable Log of All Conversation and Knowledge” (SLACK)
From their website, Slack states “Slack is where you access the messages, the files, the decisions, the key moments in the life of your business. It’s where work happens. “
“Whether you’re writing a quick note, hopping on a call, or holding a video chat, Slack is the central place to gather all of your teams’ conversations and keep everyone in sync. “ Slack touts to be the “one place to connect all of the different tools you use and streamline your workflows. Conversations and files are fully searchable, so you can find information quickly and draw upon the collective knowledge of your team.”
Slack boasts of an impressive list of users, including Harvard University, Linkedin, Samsung, ebay and Urban Outfitters.
Slack has a free version, small to midsize paid versions (priced at $6.67 per active user per month or $12.50 per active user per month) and an Enterprise level of the tool.
Interested? Here is a link to their website for more information. https://slack.com/