Introducing a snappier, more efficient Slack desktop experience
The newest version of Slack is a whole lot faster, and each second saved adds up to more time to get your work done
By the team at Slack, July 22, 2019
It’s a story we hear more and more: What started out as a small group of teammates using Slack has grown to entire departments and organizations relying on it to get work done. For some of our largest customers, including IBM and Oracle, that means upward of 90,000 people collaborating in Slack channels at any time.
As more conversations, information and apps run through Slack, the underlying technology that supports it must scale too. That’s why we rebuilt Slack’s desktop experience to run faster and more reliably across a growing number of workspaces and channels. This latest desktop release makes it easier to stay responsive and collaborate efficiently across teams, whether you’re an organization of 10 or 10,000.
This update is rolling out gradually over the next few weeks. Here are a few improvements you can expect:
Less waiting, more doing
The Slack desktop app now launches 33% faster*, so you can jump straight into your work. Calls in Slack are also speedier, so you can join an incoming call with teammates up to 10X faster*. That could mean the difference between showing up to a meeting on time or not. These moments saved can quickly add up, giving you more time to focus on the tasks at hand.
You work hard, but your computer doesn’t have to
Read uninterrupted, even with a spotty connection
If you find yourself with a spotty internet connection, the latest desktop release will allow you to launch Slack and view channels and conversations you’ve previously opened. Gone are the connection error messages that bring work to a standstill. Instead, you’ll be able to look back on messages from your session, even if your signal drops in and out.
This update is rolling out gradually to users over the next few weeks, and an in-app notification will let you know when you’re running this latest version. (If you don’t have the desktop app yet, you can download it here.) Meanwhile, keep an eye on our changelog so you don’t miss any other changes to Slack—big or small.
- Claims depend on network configuration and factors like the size of your workspace and age of your device; actual results will vary.
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