Calls come to Slack, A simple, pleasant way to speak with your team. After months of beta testing, all Slack users everywhere can now use Slack call.
Here’s how it works
If you use Slack’s Windows or Mac desktop apps, or Slack running in Google Chrome, you’ll see a new phone icon in the upper right of the channel header.
On Slack’s iOS and Android apps, users can make calls by tapping “Start a call” in the mobile app’s channel or DM drop-down menu.
Anyone can make one-on-one calls, while paid teams can also make group calls in any channel or group DM. When someone initiates a call, a message will appear, inviting you to join the call.
Best of all, calling your teammates in Slack saves everyone the fuss of digging through calendar invites for call numbers and dial-in codes and all the rest.
Calls even have an emoji response feature. Clicking one of the pre-selected emoji will display it over your avatar for a moment along with a subtle sound, allowing you to express approval, disapproval, or raise your hand to ask a question — all without interrupting the speaker.
Still this feature lacks in Windows phone Slack app. Slack team might be working on it and will release soon to Windows phone users.
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