Verified organizations

Slack Connect is a secure way to collaborate across companies — right in Slack. Unlike email, which leaves your team at risk of spam and phishing, Slack Connect and verified organizations help ensure your team is working with trusted partners.


What verification looks like

When Slack verifies an organization, a purple check mark will appear next to an organization’s name. You’ll see this check mark when you add someone from a verified organization to a channel in your Slack workspace, or when you accept an invite from someone at that organization, as seen below. Request from a member to join a channel with a verified company, showing a purple check mark next to the company name and buttons to approve or deny


How Slack verifies organizations

When evaluating the legitimacy of an organization, we look at a number of factors:

  • The organization is a paid customer of Slack.
  • The organization is authenticit has a verifiable public business presence, or other factors we may evaluate.

We'll be working to verify organizations on an ongoing basis, but we're not accepting verification requests at this time. If verified, we’ll automatically apply the verified check mark to that organization's profile. 

Slack cannot fully guarantee that an organization’s identity is legitimate, and this feature is provided as a convenience for customers. It is ultimately the responsibility of customers to confirm the identity of its trusted partners. Slack is not liable for any issues caused by identification errors, and Slack reserves the right to remove the verified check mark from organizations at our discretion.