There are three options for creating your U-M Slack workspace. The option you choose will depend on how you want to manage membership in the workspace. This document provides additional information regarding each workspace creation option.
Table of Contents Overview Getting Started Install the Slack app How to Use the U-M Slack Migration Tool Review tasks Tasks Requiring Decisions Tasks for Workspace Admins To Do Tasks for ITS To Do
The U-M Slack Workspace Creation Tool provides three options for creating your U-M Slack workspace. The option you choose will depend on how you want to manage membership in the workspace. This document outlines and walks you through how to use the tool depending on your need.
Table of Contents Overview Installation Sign In to Workspaces On desktop On mobile On web browser Overview This document provides information on installing and signing in to the Slack application on your various devices (U-M and non-UM).
This document provides instructions on how to invite eligible U-M members and guests into the Maize & Blue U-M Slack workspace.
This document includes best practices to help you stay engaged, informed, and productive while using U-M Slack.
Slack channels and Slack workspaces offer collaborative spaces with subsets of members centered around various topics, projects, groups, teams, and units. As they serve similar purposes, this document provides a comparison between channels and workspaces to help you understand the differences of each option and find the best fit for your U-M Slack experience.
Overview There are several key differences between the permissions Workspace Admins and Owners have in Slack Enterprise Grid workspaces compared to non-Grid workspaces. (Note that every workspace in U-M Slack is considered a Grid workspace, and there are no Workspace Owners in U-M Slack.) This document compares the most common permissions in non-Grid workspaces with those of U-M Slack Grid workspaces.