Intro to Slack—Webinar

Over the past year, STC-SM has been using Slack to share information and communicate with our chapter members. Slack is a powerful messaging and collaboration tool that allows individuals and organizations to work together and share information in meaningful and efficient ways. We invite you to join us in our “Intro to Slack” webinar, which will show you how you can use the STC-SM Slack workspace to connect with STC-SM chapter members and council members so that you can stay up-to-date on programs and networking events in the STC community.

This is an introductory course designed for chapter members who are new to Slack or for those of you who just aren’t comfortable using it yet. We will help get you started no matter what your current comfort level is.

In this webinar, STC-SM council members will provide an overview of Slack fundamentals and teach you how to use its functions and features. From this presentation you will learn how to:

  • navigate your way through both the desktop application and web browser
  • send direct messages to other chapter members
  • upload and share files
  • communicate with the STC-SM community in a variety of different conversation channels
  • and much more!

Who is it for? STC or STC-SM chapter members

When is it? Thursday, October 11, from 7-8 PM EDT

Where is it? Virtual

What is the cost? There is no cost; this is a free webinar!

RSVP and register for Intro to Slack and we will provide you with an email invitation to the webinar, which will be presented using Zoom.

If you already have a Zoom account, you can join us via the web browser, desktop application, or mobile application. If you want to join us via phone, there will be a dial-in number on the invitation, but keep in mind, to take full advantage of this webinar, you will want to view the presentation on your computer or your mobile device.

If you have never used Zoom before, we highly recommend that you try joining the meeting at least 5–10 minutes before the webinar begins so that there is time for troubleshooting any connection issues.

We hope you will join us!