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Team management service Slack on desktop is getting a “snappier, more efficient” update over the next few weeks, the company revealed on Monday.
According to Slack, the new version will be 33% faster and use 50% less memory. Users will also be able to enjoy joining calls 10 times faster.
“If you find yourself with a spotty internet connection, the latest desktop release will allow you to launch Slack and view channels and conversations you’ve previously opened,” the company also revealed.
This means you can still see what you were talking about, even if the site isn’t loading properly.
Slack notes that an in-app notification will inform users of the update as it rolls out in the coming weeks.
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