The Surprisingly Simple Thing Slack Got Wrong
Dharmesh Shah
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I entirely understand the complaint from the end user’s perspective, however I also understand the reasoning from the team owner’s perspective.

If you’re setting up a Slack account for a business it’s nice to know that you have absolute control over the users in your Slack, what they have access to (and don’t, when you pull them out), et cetera.

I think they’ve tried to find a balance between the two that will satisfy the demands of enterprise based teams and the end user, because while it’s annoying to have to do, actually setting up that new account is pretty damned smooth.

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