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These teams use Slack to make their working lives simpler, more pleasant, and more productive.

Before Slack, you didn’t get the same meaningful, human interactions. It was more like sending an e-mail out there and hoping to get a response. It was formal and impersonal.

The ability to be always on, located in the same place, and have a common touch point where data can be shared is vital to us.

The fantastic thing about Slack is transparency. Everyone can see what everyone else is working on and the status of things is much more visible.

It just makes giving a full view of a project and who's working on, what they're doing, that much easier, which I've found really awesome.

As a growing company, it's a struggle at times to maintain consistent communication internally and with our global network - Slack has filled that hole.

Feeling both unproductive and micromanaged, the team yearned for a simpler way to report up to managers and communicate across departments.

It's such a seamless integration into our workflow. For me, that’s the best part. It’s a really natural thing for us to be using.

The internal team at takes Slack channel organization just as seriously as their initiatives.

Where we used to have a meeting... we now have a process we use Slack for to have all those conversations.

rLoop is building the future of transportation: the Hyperloop. Learn how they use Slack to tackle this massive challenge as a team.

[Slack] helps bridge the gap between the 5,000 miles and 8 hour time difference to help feel like one company.

AdRoll uses Slack to keep all of their conversations in one place.

In the Slack world, everything can happen so much faster now.

Udemy is on a mission to democratize education. Hear how Slack is fundamentally changing the way they work and communicate as they grow.

Less email, happier team.

Our customers love seeing an average of 48.6% reduction in internal email, meaning more time to do great things instead of writing about them.
Slack is used by many great companies, including:
Airbnb, Time, Pinterest, BuzzFeed, Pandora, Harvard University, LinkedIn, Samsung, Ogilvy, eBay, Autodesk, Ticketmaster, Condé Nast, Urban Outfitters