Take Control of Slack
The Slack (https://slack.com/) group messaging system has become an integral part of work life (and even social life) for millions of people. It’s a feature of the modern business landscape (and even, increasingly, a less-creepy alternative to Facebook (https://tidbits.com/2019/02/12/fed-up-with-facebook-move-your-family-to-slack/) ). But how can you make the best use of this powerful, 21st-century tool to both get your job done and have fun? In Take Control of Slack (https://www.takecontrolbooks.com/slack?pt=ITOTD&cp=ITOTD) , my colleague Glenn Fleishman addresses every major type of Slack user—new, experienced, and even reluctant—with concrete advice on how Slack can make your work and personal life better. It shows you things you’ll never learn by reading the online documentation or simply poking around, based on Glenn’s years of experience in multiple Slack teams.
This book, like all Take Control titles, comes as an ebook, and you can download any combination of formats—PDF, EPUB, and/or Kindle’s Mobipocket format—so you can read it on pretty much any computer, smartphone, tablet, or ebook reader. The cover price is $14.99, but as an Interesting Thing of the Day reader, you can buy it this week for 30% off, or just $10.49.