Slack is an instant office messaging service that's available for both desktop and mobile. It features chatroom-style "channels", allowing businesses to compartmentalize teams. These channels are essentially public to every member of that particular Slack group, and users can also message each other privately.
Before the update, Slack had offered something called "compliance export", a feature that was only available for customers who paid top dollar, but now with the settings change, this new tool will allow bosses to see all forms of communication between employees.
This new feature will be available by April 2018.
What do you think?
Are you a big fan of this new feature from Slack? Or are you opposed to bosses being able to creep your convos?
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