The Surprisingly Simple Thing Slack Got Wrong
Dharmesh Shah

This is actually good enterprise design. The enterprise owns and controls your account, not the user. So they may let’s say update your details, or set a policy for @ names, or passwords etc.

When they do this, they shouldn’t be changing the settings of another enterprise. And so, they all have to be separate.

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