Slack, friend or foe?

Sep 3, 2019 9:15:00 AM / by Tanya Alvarado


Last week Chris Hoffman published a popular article in the New York Times titled “How to Stop Slack From Taking Over Your Life”. He highlighted helpful tips for taking back control of your life like turning on Do Not Disturb notifications and muting irrelevant channels. Funny how a platform named Slack is one thing keeping many from slacking off. However, it's also a big reason people are burning out, but Involve can help you find solutions within Slack.

What is it?

Slack describes itself as “a collaboration hub that where you and your team can work together to get things done”. Their free service is popular among small businesses and rogue team, but they are ramping up efforts to win bigger paid contracts. Slack has yet to release precisely how many companies use their software, but they did release they have 10 million active daily users with 85,000 paying organizations. Basically, they’re popular and they’re growing!


How Involve can help

If your company uses Slack, then you know how constant notifications can be a huge distraction and make you less productive. However, Slack is also a useful tool for employees and company leaders alike. Involve now makes company information accessible. We integrate with your currently used tools, like Slack, to extract meaningful sales and customer insights. Request a demo today and see how we help uncover sales intelligence, predictive churn analysis, and market trends to grow your business.


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Topics: News, improved communication, AI

Tanya Alvarado

Written by Tanya Alvarado

Marketing Representative @InvolveSoft