Recently, more and more businesses and organizations are using Slack as their main communication tool. Slack allows you to talk to a specific person or even create different channels with different people. You can share documents, images, tag people, comment in a thread, and share links through this app using your desktop or mobile device.
However, if you’re a member of several Slack messages, how can you manage all of the channels that you’re in?
Raul spills his secrets in taming Slack in less than 15 minutes a day. He shares the two protocols that he (and his team) is following when it comes to communicating via Slack. Raul also talks about the three actions that he practices to process information extremely fast and the best time to start the habit that you can apply to yourself or the rest of your team.
- How many minutes should you spend clearing your Slack?
- What Raul’s two protocols are when it comes to communicating via Slack
- What the key elements of communication are
- What are three actions that you need to do to process your information extremely fast
- The best time to start doing the habit
- Connect with Raul Hernandez Ochoa