The communication company’s Huddles, Atlas and Scheduled Send were detailed during a briefing Wednesday.
Slack unveiled a series of features Wednesday designed for a digital-first way of working. During a briefing that included a Q&A with the president of 1-800-Flowers Amit Shah, the company announced:
Slack Huddles—described as a “lightweight,” audio-first way of communicating, by Chief Product Officer Tamar Yehoshua. Huddles is designed to let users create and share video, voice and screen recordings more easily. Users can record and upload short videos or voice clips with screen sharing that others can watch and respond to either synchronously or asynchronously.
Users can create “spontaneous channels for chatting,” Yehoshua said. Up to 50 people can participate in Huddles, which will begin rolling…