I use Slack and Discord in 2 different environments: business and gaming.
Both are great but what sets them apart?
Side-by-side features comparisons are already available, so I won’t go too much into this type of review.
I’m more interested in the competition between the platforms: Slack and Discord.
The gaming universe vs the business world.
Do they overlap? Can they live next to each other or will one take it all?
That’s what I’m discussing in today’s post.Continue reading
I’m a big fan of Slack. Maybe too much (e.g. I like to create custom emoji).
So I started to use more shortcuts and native features to remain efficient when Slacking.
Here are my 5 tips on how to use Slack for making the best of the tool and working effectively in it.
Before leaving for some extended time off, I wanted to share how to create custom Slack emojis with my colleagues and also open source this super scientific creative process.
I’m a big fan of Slack, it empowers our global team to communicate asynchronously and share one team culture. It is part of our daily job so why not make it more fun.
Over the past 4 years, I have created many animated custom Slack emojis for my colleagues.
We use Slack emojis for all kinds of reactions: celebrate achievements, friendships, anniversaries and more.
Duration: ~4 min per emoji
Skill needed: creativity
Required tools: Adobe Photoshop or similar tool to create an image file (.gif or .png)
|If this already sounds complicated. |
I will make your Slack Emoji for FREE!
Send me an email at : contact (at) chelucas.fr with photos and your emoji idea.