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Thank you @SlackHQ and @trello for making it easier and faster for our team to communicate, we love you.pic.twitter.com/pd8mNVyC1b— Thirtymin (@Thirtymin) August 8, 2016
Adopted @SlackHQ across the firm, internal e-mail traffic dropped off a cliff, global communication improved— Christian Nentwich (@cnentwich) August 5, 2016
Wow, @SlackHQ support is seriously amazing. Replied to a ticket at 1AM EST and resolved my issue. <3— AgentK @ Disneyland (@AgentK20) August 3, 2016
After a week using @SlackHQ in lab and loving it, wondering what other modern lab management tools are we missing out on? #notapaidsponsor— Weinberg Lab @ UCSF (@WeinbergLabUCSF) August 3, 2016
Love @SlackHQ. No idea the answer to something. Search Slack. Locate 13 month old discussion with answer and context. Saved a bunch of time.— Ben (@benmcfc) August 3, 2016
Been able to accomplish 100x more work over the last several months because of @SlackHQ. Efficient, seamless for our Arbit dev team.— Alex Bullington (@acbullington) August 2, 2016
So many people ask me if remote work is lonely. I always answer no because @SlackHQ makes life amazing!— Pawel Janiak (@cynicalgrinch) July 27, 2016
Wrapping up week two of using @SlackHQ & I'm so happy! After YEARS in email, can't believe how much time it saves!pic.twitter.com/DYt7HTwnam— Andrew Aviza (@aviza) July 21, 2016
Finding so many uses for @SlackHQ - Just the other day two of our employees got stuck in an elevator and used Slack to escape! that app!— Skidmore Studio (@SkidmoreStudio) July 20, 2016
Absolutely love using @SlackHQ all day every day! Watch payments, customers , CRM, sign ups, phone calls in one place #startuplife— Rexy Redden (@Rumblerex) July 20, 2016
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Most enterprise software pricing is designed to charge you per user regardless of how many people on your team are actively using the software. If you buy 1,000 seats but only use 100, you still get charged for 1,000. We don’t think that’s fair. And it’s also hard to predict how many seats you’ll need in advance.
At Slack, you only get billed for what you use. So you don’t pay for the users that aren’t using Slack. And if someone you’ve already paid for becomes inactive, we’ll even add a prorated credit to your account for the unused time. Fair’s fair.
Slack wants to support people in the world who are doing good things. That’s why we offer special discount pricing for qualified nonprofit organizations and educational institutions.
You can use your credit card to pay for any plan. If you sign up for an Annual subscription and plan to spend at least $10K, we can invoice you annually. Contact us to start the process.
Every day we check to see if everyone on your team is active. If they have been inactive for a period of time, we stop charging you for that person and add a prorated credit to your account for the time you’ve already paid. You’ll always and only be billed for what you use — fair and square!
Once your team signs up for a subscription plan, we’ll draw against your credit balance until it runs out. Only then will we start charging your subscription to your credit card. As long as you sign up for a subscription plan before the expiration date, those credits are yours to use until they’re all gone.
We’ll make a one-time, prorated charge to your credit card to cover your new team member’s account for the remainder of the current billing period.
As an example, suppose your team is on the “Standard plan,” which costs $8 per active user per month when billed monthly. You add a new team member 10 days into your billing period and there are 20 remaining days in the month. The per-day cost for each user is $8 / 30, so we will make a one-time charge of $5.33 ($8 / 30 days * 20 days) to your team’s credit card on file.
Team Owners can change the team’s subscription level. There are two options when downgrading from a paid plan to the Free plan:
We do not offer refunds.
Get more information on billing at Slack.