Slack isn’t just an app any more, it’s a millennial obsession, a lifestyle, the possessor of a cheeky Twitter account and a podcast publisher. It’s a wonder it has any time to roll out updates…
In a tweet to the Wall Street Journal’s European tech editor, it once again teased forthcoming collaboration features to match Google Drive and Google Docs
Hate spammy ICOs and crappy cryptocurrencies?
So do we.
When I talked to the company’s entertaining CEO Stewart Butterfield at DLD five months ago, he was promising collaboration features and a whole host of things that Slack has yet to deliver.
Still, it’s good to know they’re coming. And, of course, I’ve tapped Slack’s PR people on the shoulder in the hope that they might spill some more beans.
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