Slack has rolled out its “canvas” collaboration feature to organise and access resources such as apps, files and links across chat channels. It can also be used to track important tasks, share tools, and potentially serve as an FAQ for newcomers. Canvases can be brought into audio and video meetings, while comments can be added and sharing limited. It is an improvement on existing features such as bookmarks and pins, giving Slack a competitive edge over rivals like Microsoft Teams.
💬 Canvases can help track must-do items, share handy tools or even serve as an FAQ for newcomers.
💻 You can store apps, files, links, people, raw text and in-app functions such as service requests.
👥 Canvases can be brought into huddle audio and video chats to be discussed with colleagues.
🔒 Like a cloud document app, sharing of canvases can be limited to specific people.
🆚 Canvases give Slack a competitive edge over rivals such as Microsoft Teams.
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