Slack’s use of channels is one of its best features for distributing and separating communication by projects. Here’s why you should use Channels in your organisation.
- Organise your work: Channels bring order and clarity to your work; you can create them for each project, topic or team. When there is a channel for everything, you can focus on the conversations and work that matter most to you.
- It promotes coordination: Channels give you and your team a shared view of the work being done. By having access to the same information, all channel members can work in sync and new members have full context when they join. And whenever you want to talk, use Slack Meetings to start a live voice conversation.
- Increase your productivity: As you work in channels, your conversations and files become a searchable archive that becomes more useful over time. Find answers, get context and make better decisions without having to spend time searching for people or information.