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Slack is an excellent workplace tool

Content Management
Member Management
User Experience
Analytics & Reporting
Customer Service
Community type: 
Employee/Enterprise Social Network
Number of members: 
100 or fewer
Reviewer's job function: 
Staff size: 
11-50 employees
Organization's industry type: 
Electronics / Gaming / Technology
Years of personal experience with this platform: 
1-3 years

We've used Slack at our company for about 2 years now, and it is an excellent workplace tool. If your office has offers telework and/or flexwork, or has remote employees, this is a good way to keep everyone 'together'. You'll want to set rules about when to use and when to be online and how to set your statuses, and minimum 'channels' to be in, and then it is a great foundation for communications. I would not say that this is a 'community platform' per se. Even with the basic paid version, data 'scrolls off' sooner than you'd think, and it is hard to communicate complex ideas or discussions in this format. Slack is better for quick sharing of info and collaboration. Great to use to 'get on the same page', checkins, etc.