Slack for Intune mobile app management

With Microsoft Intune mobile app management without enrolment (MAM-WE), organisations can add Slack to a set of trusted apps to ensure that sensitive business data stays secure on unmanaged personal mobile devices. This allows admins to manage Slack access and security for members without taking full control of employees’ devices. Before setting up Slack for Intune, keep the following in mind:

  • All members must have an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) account.
  • All members must have a Microsoft Intune licence assigned to their Azure AD account.
  • All members must belong to a security group targeted by an app protection policy that targets the Slack app.

Note: Our Slack for Intune app also supports mobile device management (MDM) solutions via Intune for customers who are interested in managing enrolled devices.


Add Slack as a managed app

Visit your Intune dashboard to add Slack to the list of apps managed by Intune. Once that’s complete, assign the Slack app to your members in Intune.


Intune app management policies

You can set up app configuration and app protection policies for the Slack for Intune app from the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin centre. Visit the Microsoft Help Centre for a full list of available app protection policies for apps on iOS and Android devices.


What members can expect

  • Members will need to download the Slack for Intune app from the App Store or Play Store. Members will then need to complete the app registration.
  • Members must sign in to both Intune (with their Azure AD account) and Slack.
  • The Slack for Intune app is restricted to workspaces that are part of an Enterprise Grid organisation. Members should use the regular Slack app for any non-work workspaces that they may be in.
Who can use this feature?
  • Org owners and org admins
  • Available on the Enterprise Grid subscription