Slack is one of the most popular enterprise collaboration app, giving employees the ability to interact with each other and collaborate on different projects.
Recently, Slack introduced the voice calling feature for all users who have subscribed to the service, allowing colleagues and co-workers to talk to each other instead of typing everything.
Any user will be able to make one-on-one calls, but group calls are only restricted to paid users. This means that any group can initiate a call, and later, other members of the group will be able to join in to discuss the projects and work. The new call feature is available for all apps, and even works in Google Chrome as well as the company’s mobile apps on Android and iOS.
Typing is great. We love typing. And while there are many fine ways to communicate via typing — messaging in channels, direct messages, and group DMs — today we’re officially adding calls to the mix for everyone. After months of beta testing, all Slack users everywhere can now use our calls feature. Huzzah!
Which app do you use in your company to collaborate with your co-workers and colleagues?
Source: SlackFiled Under: Technology News