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$6.67 per active user per month billed annually. Or, $8 per active user per month, billed monthly.

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Everything you need to be an expert

Full archive

Create a channel for every project, topic, or group. Private or public, they’ll have a place on Slack.

Unlimited apps

Integrate Slack with other tools to bring all your work into one place – your team won't miss a beat (and it’s all searchable, too).

Group calls and screen sharing

Quickly start a video call or share your screen in real time with up to 15 teammates.

Search & Intelligence

Intelligent features help you quickly find what you need and stay up-to-date on important conversations.

Google authentication

Lessen your password load. If you use Google Apps at work, set up your team to sign in to Slack using their existing Google sign-on (OAuth).

Guest access

Work easily with people from outside your team or company by inviting them to one or more Slack channels.

Also included in the Standard plan:

Enable mandatory two-factor authentication

Custom retention policies for messages and files

Custom user groups to reach a team or department

Unlimited search for relevant people, channels and files

Channel recommendations

Message highlights

10GB storage per team member

Priority support

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Our commitment to security and your data

We use Slack for nearly all of our communication. Ensuring that the Slack service remains secure is vital to protecting our own data. That means the security of your information is required for our success as a business.

Even before Slack, we’ve been putting services on the internet for a long time. We’ve coded, tested and administered services running on thousands of physical servers in data centers around the world and bring the collective wisdom that comes with many decades of secure practice.

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For millions of people around the world, Slack is where work happens.

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