The co-founder Of Flickr , Stewart Butterfield
launched Slack, the real-time messaging, archiving, and search service for corporate relations.
modern messaging, file sharing, and universal search.Still in its early phases, the Mac, PC, iOS, and Android application is available only to a limited number of beta-testing teams. Interested organizations can sign up online for a chance to be one of the first to get their hands on Butterfield's new system.
Slack offers a service for teams looking for a modern way to do business. The application archives and organizes as you go, and offers configurable alerts, notifications, and a sync featur For the corporate communications.
Users can also share, serve, star, and comment on images, PDFs, text snippets, zips, and even files stored outside of Slack, like in Google Docs. All of those documents and their trimmings are indexed and accessible from anywhere.