Use Slack to:
• Communicate with your team and organize your conversations by topics, projects, or anything else that matters to your work
• Message or call any person or group within your team
• Share and edit documents and collaborate with the right people all in Slack
• Integrate into your workflow, the tools and services you already use including Google Drive, Salesforce, Dropbox, Asana, Twitter, Zendesk, and more
• Easily search a central knowledge base that automatically indexes and archives your team’s past conversations and files
• Customize your notifications so you stay focused on what matters
Scientifically proven (or at least rumored) to make your working life simpler, more pleasant, and more productive. We hope you’ll give Slack a try.
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• Fixed: Previously, tapping on a link from an app in Slack might have taken you to an unsettling place: nowhere. We fixed that, so now you’ll land in the right place at the right time.
• Fixed: Previously, tapping on a link from an app in Slack might have taken you to an unsettling place: nowhere. We fixed that, so now you’ll land in the right place at the right time.
• Sharing files into Slack from outside Slack — say, from your photos app — is now much nicer than before. You’ll see your teammates’ pictures, and their full names, so it’s easy to make sure you’re sending the right file to the right person. Should things have always been this way? Yes! And so they are.
• Fixed: The “Add a File” button will now work as you might have expected it to, adding files aplenty to your channels and DMs.
• Fixed: Folks who choose to auto-collapse images in Slack were occasionally seeing black squares in the place of delightful GIFs. No more! Now your GIFs will surprise, delight, and inspire, at least as much as any one GIF can.
• Fixed: Tapping and holding on emoji reactions now shows you the list of people who reacted. This is an improvement on its previous behavior, which was to crash the Slack app entirely.
• We tweaked some things too small to notice or too difficult to explain. We’ll return you to your regular, more interesting types of release next time (we hope).
• Fixed: For the briefest of moments after opening Slack, DMs would sometimes appear unread even if there wasn’t a new message. It was so quick, you might not have noticed, but we fixed it anyway.
• Fixed: Sometimes, if you opened the description of an app in Slack, you might encounter some ~strangely~ *formatted* _text_. These app descriptions now appear beautifully formatted, as the developers intended.
• Fixed: When you step away from your computer to enjoy a sandwich, drink some water, or just stare into the middle distance for a while, you can now tell Slack how long to wait before sending your notifications to your mobile device. Take your time.
• Fixed: If you were invited to an audio chat and accepted the invite on desktop, sometimes the mobile app continued to ring. It’s not your alarm, that was us. We’re very sorry for the extra ringing in your ears, and now things are back to normal.
• Fixed: Your app may have crashed while you were in the middle of formatting a message that had hyphens and spaces. We fixed this, so you can practice proper punctuation without pesky interruptions.
• Fixed: We can’t think of any references, cultural or otherwise, that involve swiping left. But now that it’s working properly again, you can swipe left to see the most recent channel.
• Fixed: On some phones, the emoji keyboard blocked the message input field, which was very frowny face. We’ve remedied the situation so now you can both write and emote in your input field, which is very smiley face.
• Slack is now available in Korean, which means you can finally DM your favorite BTS member! That was a joke, please do not do that.
• We came up with custom emoji so you could express yourself in Slack. What we did not mean to do was cut off the end of a message from a bot if it contained a custom emoji. We’ve fixed that—so express away!
• Maybe you’ve heard of Slack Connect, which reduces countless back-and-forth emails by letting you add partners, clients or vendors to a channel. Now, if your organization allows it, you can add another company to a new channel straightaway in the mobile app.
• Fixed: A picture is worth a thousand words. None of those words should be “This content can’t be displayed,” which was the case for some linked images in Slack. Images should now appear as intended, their word count fully intact.
• Fixed: Sometimes Slackbot or an app will send a message that is for your eyes only. A secret missive from the cybersphere. For some users, they were unable to copy the text of that message. This is now fixed, and you’re all free to copy the ephemera as you see fit.
• Fixed: Before, when you set a channel’s topic, we notified everyone with a message that ended with an extra period. We shouldn’t change punctuation rules just for kicks, and will no longer pepper these messages with prolific periods.
• Bugs were squished, performance was improved, work was done, and the result was good. Please enjoy Slack responsibly.
• Fixed: If you’ve been using an external keyboard with your iPad, you might have tried to accept an auto-correct suggestion and found that Slack sent your message-in-progress instead. Hitting enter at times like these will now accept the suggestion without sending your message early, as you’d want it to.
• Fixed: When an image was viewed full-screen, swiping did not dismiss it properly. You may now swipe and dismiss images with confidence.
• We can’t think of any references, cultural or otherwise, that involve swiping left or swiping right. But now, if a message has more than one image, you can tap one of them and swipe left or right to browse between images.
• Fixed: Ever tapped a search result or a saved message and ended up in the right channel, but not at the right message? No? That’s good to hear. But if you have, we’ve fixed it. No more surprise endings — now you’ll always end up exactly where you planned.
• New: For something you’ve read but need to come back to later, you can now mark a thread as unread! Hurrah! Long-press on the message you’d like to start from, and then select the option to mark unread from the menu. Yes, you’ve been able to do it with channel messages for a long time, but now, you can do it in threads too. Useful!
• Fixed: A few of our sidebar themes were taking dark mode a bit too seriously and obscuring the status bar. You’ll no longer have to choose between the comfort of your retinas and being able to check the time.
• Fixed: iPad users noticed that long-pressing on a pinned or starred item in the Channel Details section caused the app to take an unforeseen nap. It’s better-rested now, so hopefully that won’t be happening again.
• You can now customize your notification preferences on a per-day basis, which is a fancy way of saying that you can now pause interruptions with Do Not Disturb down to the day. (Looking for a feature to pause interruptions from pets, kids, or package deliveries? We feel you.)
• Fixed: On mobile, some messages from apps would display with missing text. It certainly was not our intention to pull a vanishing act, so we’ve fixed that.
• This is the last version of Slack that will work on iOS 11. To get updates in the future, you’ll need to update your device to iOS 12.2 (or newer).
• Fixed: December 31, 1969 was a fine day (we’re pretty sure). It was not, however, a day in which you received any direct messages, regardless of what our app previously claimed.
• Fixed: Some files could not be deleted, and not for lack of trying — the option to delete those files was missing from the menu. This has been fixed and all files can be deleted as desired.
• Fixed: The /remove command is now working properly, so those with permission can once again remove people from channels if they need to.
• Fixed: A pesky bug tried to cut your messages short. We’ve restored the limit to the intended 12,000 characters per message. Write on!
• Fixed: If you were in a workspace that required secondary authentication, then previews of notifications from that workspace were always hidden (even if you wanted to be able to see them). Now, the previews will show up like normal — as long as you’re currently authenticated. (You can also, as always, choose not to show previews of the messages).
• What’s new? Most things. We changed almost all of the things. So many things! Much change.
• Previously, it was complicated to get to the four main things people do on mobile. We’ve fixed this with a new nifty navigation bar at the bottom of the app containing: a Home view for your sidebar, DMs, (still listed most recent first), Mentions (for quickly catching up), and You (because you’re great) (and also because setting your status/preferences on mobile needed to be easier).
• The quickswitcher on the desktop app is wonderful, but we discovered an issue where people weren’t using it as much on mobile. So we made the Jump To box more prominent (and smarter) to fix this. Fingers crossed!
• It seemed bizarrely hard to create a new message in a channel or DM without finding that precise location first. With an application of logic, software engineering, and a new “Compose” button in the bottom right corner, this has been rectified.
• Our apologies to people who have been wanting to easily set reminders, start workflows or access favourite apps in channels and conversations — it was hard to work out how to do that on the move. A new lightning bolt under the message box now gives quick access to shortcuts, and thereby solves this age-old problem.
• And finally, it came to pass, as time went by, that in the old version of the app, there was a lot of swiping back and forth to get places. We’ve simplified that: Now,swiping right will reveal your workspace and preferences, and swiping left will get you back to the last conversation you were in. With this change in behavior, we hope to give you the powers of both omniscience and time travel. nbd.
• And yes. We know. Change is hard! All our fingers have all built up muscle memory, but after continually adding features and functionality over the years, we needed to step back and make sure things made sense. You can find more about these improvements in our blog post, and as always, we welcome your feedback. Thank you for reading all the way to the bottom. We appreciate it, and you.
• All bugs that were fixed in this release were too small for the eye to see or too fiddly for human words to describe. Nevertheless, work was done, things tinkered with and the app became subtly better.
• Fixed: When a message held more than 5 images, a button telling you how many more images were included but hidden (+3, for example) was… not making them any less hidden. Basically it wasn’t working. It now works.
• Fixed: When sharing a file you will now only be able to share with users or channels that are active in the selected workspace (and not deactivated users, which could occasionally be selected before)
• Fixed: On an iPad, tapping “Archive Channel” will now archive the channel. Instead of crashing the app. Right impulse, overenthusiastic execution.
• Minor improvements have been made, and bug fixes taken place, but they’re the kind that are out of sight, behind closed doors, and quietly just doing their job, deep in the inner workings of the app, making things just a little bit better.
• Tapping the “Tap to expand image” button was sometimes not, wait for it… expanding the image. It will now do the thing it promises. No more, no less.
• Using two-factor authentication, which is a brilliant idea in general for all things, was occasionally not working if multiple types of authentication had been enabled (app, sms, etc). Let nothing dissuade the security-minded: it now works seamlessly once more.
• Fixed: Sometimes, when sharing a file to Slack, some usernames appeared, very unhelpfully, as blanks in the list of Direct Messages, identifying your colleagues as “@ “, instead of say, “@jane”. This is now fixed.
• Fixed: Sometimes an app or bot would send a long message containing beautiful formatting and links. And sometimes, the formatting didn’t render correctly, or the links were untappable and that, we feared, risked angering the bots, as well as not being very helpful for the user. Now, the formatting is honored, tapping the links works perfectly, and the bots are, for now, placated.
• Fixed: Sending a “/me” command that contains an emoji resulted in a crash. /me had no idea this was a thing, but is glad that it’s fixed :relieved:
• Fixed: While on a call, people using bluetooth sometimes heard a loud noise not generated by the other people on their call. This was not a ghost, it was a bug (and is now fixed).
• Fixed: the /msg and /dm commands were not acting as they should, now work as expected. For those who didn’t know they existed or worked in the first place, they do, and weren’t, but now are.
• Fixed: When uploading an image or file from your camera roll to a channel, multiple channels appeared to be selected. Then you couldn’t deselect them. These shenanigans have been shut-down, and sharing works as it should.
• Fixed: @-mentioning a user in some languages caused that mention to show up twice. In any language, one mention per message is enough.
• Fixed: Translations for @channel and @here were broken in non-English languages. They now work once more in those languages, and continue to work in English. Just remember, everyone — if you’re going to @channel, please @channel responsibly.
• Fixed: Attempting to send a message that exceeded the character limit would show an error, and then delete all of the entered text. This was both hard to trigger (those limits are high!) but very frustrating. The limits still exist, but we now no longer clear everything in the message box.
• Fixed: After leaving a workspace, some users were unable to convince that workspace to leave their sidebar. It will now, gracefully, take its leave when asked to.
• Fixed: Trying to sign up with a password too similar to your email address resulted in a message that simply read “Error joining team”. We still want you to have a good password… but that error message will now be clearer about pointing that out.
• Fixed: It came to pass that typing, pasting, or otherwise entering a large amount of text into the app (the app in this case meaning “the Slack app”, hereafter referred to as “the app”) might cause that app to undergo issues that would take on the appearance of disappearance or dissolution or, in common parlance, it would appear to crash, and need to be restarted. This abdication of our sworn responsibility to take messages of differing length, from the very shortest (eg “k.”) to the very longest (albeit with an error explaining the imposed character limits of messages and the need to curtail said message), was careless, if not derelict, in our duty, and we have thereby rectified it with an application of technological code that will forthwith allow the entering of large amounts of written matter in the message box of Slack, the app, without risk of unexpected app closure, thus giving free rein to the celebrated verbosity and eloquence of our users in allowing them to enter as large an amount of text as their heart desires, albeit with the expectation that one too long may result in the error message listed several items (perhaps screens?) above this one. TL;DR: The app was previously sometimes crashing like we had some kind of problem with long pieces of text. We really don’t.
• Fixed: Workspaces were sometimes showing a default workspace icon (a letter on a colored background) instead of the nice custom icon they had been given. Behold: they are beautiful once more. Or, at the very least, correct. Which is sometimes all we can aspire to.
• Fixed: Some complex URLs were incorrectly being treated like email addresses. They will now be treated… wait for it… like URLs.
• Fixed: In a message from a bot, buttons and menus configured to respond to a user’s actions weren’t actually doing that. This was not the first stage in a robot uprising: it was merely a bug. And is no more.
• For those who love to format their messages on the move, good news, you can now get that done in a few clicks using the new formatting tool in the message field.
• Fixed: When loading messages containing a lot of custom emoji, the app was sometimes getting overexcited to the point of paralysis. We have chilled the app out, and this should no longer happen. Emoji away.
• Saving a file from Slack, and then attempting to open it from the Files app was occasionally causing the app to crash (which was bad). It is now causing the file to open (which is better).
• The size of text is now controlled in the Accessibility settings of your iOS device rather than inside Slack. We used to have a separate preference for it inside the app, but it makes a lot more sense that you would want to have the same size text whatever you’re reading.
• Fixed: Attempting to reorder your workspaces would occasionally result in them ending up in a completely different order than the one you put them in. The order in which you put them? Either way, they no longer belie your reasonable commands, and will fall into line as requested, no longer out of order.
• A natty new icon in the top left corner of the app will show the number of notifications you have in your current workspace, as well as taking you to the sidebar, where you can swipe between your channels and conversations, as before.
• Fixed: Sometimes, attempting to delete a message that had failed to send (due, usually, to low connectivity) in was itself, failing. Doubling down on things is great — but not, perhaps, when that thing is “failure”. Now when some things don’t work, the other thing will.
•Fixed: The “Aubergine Classic” theme was using the color scheme for the new, (perhaps future-classic) Aubergine theme. We have reverted to classic-classic.
•Fixed: Sometimes, when we tried to show a long message in a dialog window, it would show a blank window instead, which is basically the opposite. Sometimes things are said best when one says nothing at all. This, however, was not one of those times. So we fixed it.
• Dark mode users who launched the app for the first time were met with a bright white screen. That was… not optimal. Our sign-in screens now match the rest of the app.
• All the default sidebar themes are now dark mode compatible — so when you shift into dark mode, your default theme will subtly shift to complement it.
• Fixed: Uploading multiple files at the same time is now more reliable than it was.
• Fixed: In an act of over-enthusiastic ennui, sending “/shrug” without any text following it was causing the app to crash. Utterly ridiculous. If there was ever a message that could stand alone, it was this. For the good of all humanity, it now works once more.
• The app now fully supports iOS 13. In particular, and most pleasingly, we now follow the system settings for dark mode, so the app will automatically “go dark” at the same time as your other apps. Good news in dark times.
• Fixed: Notifications were, somewhat bizarrely, only clearing when you’d read *all* of your mentions. The ones you’ve read will now be the only ones cleared from the notification center when you launch the app, leaving the ones you haven’t to be read at leisure.
• Fixed: Replying to a notification works much more often than it used to. 99% of the time, in fact, which is so close to 100% we can almost smell it.
• Fixed: Swiping between channels with two fingers now will now include the “Threads”view, but only, smartly, if you’ve used that view recently.
• Fixed: Custom emoji weren’t always rendering correctly in bots and attachments sent via the Slack API. Now? Emoji = :100:.
• We tuned up the engine and gave the interiors a thorough clean. Everything is now running smoothly again.
If you, like all rational people, arrange your phone screens by color, you’ll now be in quite the quandary, as we’ve added a couple of extra background hues for the app icon. It’s to be found under Settings -> App Icon — just under Dark Mode, which is useful, as the new shades work particularly well with that.
• Fixed: When selecting a new profile picture, users were being asked to confirm that picture twice. We now respect your ability to recognize your own face the first time around, and will not ask you again.
• Fixed: It’s now actually possible to successfully
• Fixed: … upload
• Fixed: slow motion… wait for it…
• Fixed: Custom emoji uploaded on desktop are now, vitally, transferred lightning-fast through the tubes, and therefore immediately available in the iOS app.
• Fixed: …videos.
• Fixed: When viewing your Starred Items, unstarring an item will now remove it from the view rather than making you close and reopen the list.
• Fixed: A crash that could occur when a message contained a highlight word, an @-mention, and certain non-English characters. We fixed it, for certain.
• Occasionally, some users were unable to sign in. Given that that's the very first thing we want people to be able to do, we squished the bugs we knew about… but if you ever find more, let us know.
• Fixed: Many Slack apps that use BlockKit show confirmation dialogs to allow you to confirm your action, and in some cases, those weren't working. They now are.
• Fixed: Users who attempt to confirm their email after their original email link expired can now resend that email… and then confirm it, and thus log in. Again; people being able to log in to an app is a very important part of the user experience. We’re committed to keep allowing them to do that. Business!
• As of this update, we've removed 3D Touch functionality from a couple of places inside the app — channel names and DMs — where, frankly, it was simply not doing what it should. 3D touch works still on the icon on home screen, and when quick-replying to a notification as there, it's perfectly up to scratch. (NB: "Scratch" is not a valid touch, please do not scratch your device on our behest.)
• Fixed: When viewing the channel details screen in dark mode, the area that showing the channel title is now, like everything else, also in dark mode.
• Fixed: Where two channels or users had the same name, they will no longer erratically switch places with each other in the channel/DM list.
• Fixed: Opening a thread that contained a message with a link that contained certain characters… led to a crash. And yes, since you ask; that one was satisfying to sniff out. And to fix.
• The first message in a channel or direct message now includes a date header, so you can tell what day it is. Or was, depending.
• Fixed: Where sharing a file from Slack to another app did not, on occasion, work; it now works.
• Fixed: …And sometimes, when sharing a file did work, it would change the file name from words to a series of numbers. Great for robots; terrible for humans.
• Fixed: Messages that included the same custom emoji more than once, with no space between them were only displaying that emoji once. So :emoji::emoji: was only appearing as :emoji:. You now receive all the emoji you desire, and no less than you deserve.
• Fixed: Where, through the Slack API, you were promised the ability to add a link to an emoji so that people could tap that emoji and be transported to the link, we were not following through on that promise. We fixed the bug preventing it from working, and everything is peachy now.
• Fixed: Some custom bot names were not being displayed correctly, and now are.
• Fixed: The list of apps in a group conversation would sometimes show the list of users instead of apps, apps are not people. People are people.
• Fixed: Some message buttons would not display a confirmation dialog when tapped, which was mysterious and slightly confusing. And now, fixed.
• Typing Russian (Cyrillic) characters now allows you to find users or channels containing those characters as easily on iOS as it has been for a while on desktop.
• Fixed: When starting a group conversation that included one or more single-channel or multi-channel guest users sometimes previously selected users were being de-selected. No more. Now you're all in that together.
• We’ve tinkered with the internal workings and polished some rough edges. The app is now better than it was.
• Want to upload multiple images at the same time from the message box? In both channels and threads? Of course you do. And now, you can! Hurrah.
• Fixed: In some fonts, using asterisks to make part of a sentence bold would result in all of the text after the bold words to *also* be bold. While we like to believe the fortune favors the bold, it has come to our attention that that is not what that phrase means. So we fixed it.
• This is the last release that will support iOS 10, and thus the last version that will run on 32-bit devices such as the iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, and fourth-generation iPad. To continue receiving Slack updates, please upgrade to iOS 11.1 or later.
• Olá, Hola, and Nice to see you (to see you nice): From today, Slack supports three new languages — Brazilian Portuguese, Latin American Spanish and UK English. You can change this in the settings menu under, not unexpectedly, "Language". Jolly good! Carry on, everyone.
• Links in some Slack App buttons were not working , taking you nowhere, instead of the expected somewhere. They now whisk you away to the url you thought they would take you to in the first place.
• Fixed: Screenshots and other .png images sent over Slack were looking blurry. We applied a little focus, and we're now in the clear. If the blurriness persists, please contact your optician.
• Dark Mode can now be switched on (or off) in the Settings menu. Yes, it’s been a long road, but there’s finally dark at the end of the tunnel. NB: This is mobile only for now, with desktop coming later — thank you for both bearing with us, and for continuing to expect more of us.
• Fixed: The text welcoming you to Slack the very first time you launched the app didn’t quite fit the screen on smaller devices. Not the biggest problem in the world (literally), but first impressions count.
• We’ve updated the background color of the app icon, to make it easier to see.
• Fixed: If you left a channel then quit the app in rapid succession, sometimes the channel would still show up in the sidebar claiming to have new messages. After a thorough investigation, we have confirmed that, fascinatingly, when a user leaves a channel, they do not want to see messages in it. So we’ve discontinued this behavior.
• The way that messages are displayed in channels and threads has been given an injection of fresh code, leading to better scrolling, improved accessibility, and more chance of tapping the bit of the screen you meant to tap.
• For users of VoiceOver, myriad improvements: Messages now read with a more human tone, and message structure has been harmonized across the main channel and threads views. The messages view is now easier to read and to navigate, complete with custom actions for each message. The threads view, meanwhile, contains more information, and message actions like starring or sharing messages to another channel. Phew.
• For the eagle-eyed: Yes, the last release was numbered 3.61. This one is 19.2.1. You haven't missed anything, or been asleep for a decade. We just changed the way we number releases.
• Fixed: Scrolling through the Activity feed could feel quite jumpy, getting worse the further down you scrolled. We tweaked some things and made scrolling smoother; no longer will we persecute you for being popular.
• We now compress jpeg images while uploading them, so image uploads should be quicker and more reliable. If you're happy to sacrifice a little time for a less compressed image, that's fine too: you can toggle this setting in Settings > Advanced.
• Fixed: When using an external keyboard with an iPad, some keyboard shortcuts were not behaving as they should — or, in fact, at all. They have been brought back in line, and should now function just as you'd expect.
• Fixed: You can now use the quick switcher to switch to a DM session with someone no longer on your team. Because people may leave, but knowledge remains. It's a very useful thing that way.
• Fixed: If you have a DM conversation containing only one message, you can, once more, long press to mark that message as unread, and come back to it later. Or not. Up to you.
• Fixed: Changing status was proving inconceivably tricky for people whose workspace had customized the list of statuses. Now you can select, deselect, reselect, and customize your status as you wish.
• Everything else is fine. (We hope.)
• Need to pause notifications? Thinking of going on vacation for more than 24 hours? Good news. You can pause them beyond a single day, or until a specific date or time. And we’ve also added two new presets to our existing list: “Until tomorrow” and “Until next week”. There! A veritable panoply of new options for pausing notifications! Or, at the very least, "more than before"!
• Now, after you confirm your email, you’ll see a list of your workspaces, and pick which ones you’d like to sign into. And then sign into them!
• You can now receive notifications while using the app, so If you're catching up on a channel and you receive a DM you won't miss it (and if that doesn't sound like something you'd want, you'll find this in the notification settings menu).
• Fixed: Sometimes, using “quick reply” to send a message from a notification would report as “failed to send”, even though it had, in fact, successfully sent. Truth will now prevail.
• Fixed: Users in workspaces requiring single sign-on were unable to use the magic email link, and could only complete the setup process if they chose to "sign in manually". This should be all better now.
• Fixed: If someone else changed their status while your app was offline, we would sometimes still show the old status after you came back online. This was confusing for everyone, frankly. Thankfully, it no longer happens.
• Message actions come to iOS: It's now easier to create tasks, comment on tickets, or follow-up on things while on the move. So if you have important tools like Asana, Zendesk and Jira connected to Slack, you can now long press any message and create a follow up without needing to log into those tools. It's very good. We recommend it.
• Fixed: A lag in the graphical interface was causing a gap when generating /giphy previews. Going forward, they'll appear in a jiffy, which is a gift, when GIFing.
• Fixed: Should you wish to respond to a notification from a channel right from the notification screen (just like in the good old days) you now can, once more.
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