The business-based messaging service Slack has updated its Windows Phone beta app, adding the ability to chat with yourself, among other new features.
The business-based messaging service Slack has updated its Windows Phone beta app, adding the ability to send direct messages to yourself, among other new features.
The most recent update for the Slack business-themed messaging service on Windows includes some notification improvements for Windows 10 users.
The Slack app has received a number of changes — including a new swipe gesture — on PC, while the Windows Phone beta version of the app has received a slew of bug fixes.
The official Slack app for Windows ha received an update, bringing the app up to version 2.0.2 with a couple of small new features, including a way to reset your app data in case a bug shows up.
Slack is now testing voice calling in its desktop apps and in Chrome, giving users an easy way to initiate a voice call with teammates right from the app.
Slack plans to roll out voice and video chat this year, making the popular messaging company even more competitive with incumbents like Microsoft's Skype and Google's Hangouts.
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