I have been using this app for more than a year, it was great at that time, but recently I face several serious problems: notifications about new messages aren't shown most of the time, problems with sending message cause unable to connect to network, but all the other apps work fine. I couldn't rely on notifications any more and have to check manually every 5 minutes. That's really poor.
Why is there no option to block people, only an option to close DM, so that they can spam you again? There are a bunch of people spamming scams, and yet I see no direct option to permanently block such annoying nonsense from an individual... only temporary snooze, or disable notifications on a larger scale (I don't want to wait for someone else to ban these people). What's up with that?!
Pro: * Nice integrations to other services. Con: * Battery hog. * Not very good at handling messages compared to other apps. * Constantly loses connection to their servers. According to slack I have no internet but I can still write a review on play. Makes sense.
Signing out of a team will freeze up the whole phone and this will happen every time I will open the app since then. So there was no QA regarding signing out. Now I need to uninstall the app and only sign into teams I will never need to sign out off unless I want my phone to freeze or the app unusable. Nexus 6P
I like it alot! It makes working easy . I'm not sure if the company I work for invented this, but it's awesome! I can easily get a hold of course workers easier too. 10 stars!!!
The notifications are very dodgy - sometimes they come through, sometimes they don't. Also, the phone app doesn't have all the functions that the browser site does. Needs some improvement.
Slack 2.43.0 Release Notes:
• Slack is now fully available in French, Spanish and German, down to the very last emoji.
• Also, we added support for a brand new way of working with external companies from within Slack.
• AND a whole new method of handling name tagging in order to handle the exciting world of challenges brought by the two things above. Phew.
Full Release Notes: https://slack.com/release-notes/android