Slack is a team collaboration app that runs on your phone, tablet or desktop.
We use it to manage our projects and the way we work together.
If you have never used this sort of app before you may find it a bit daunting but we encourage you to give it a go.
Not using it doesn’t bar you from getting involved – you can always use email – but you might miss out on some of the conversations between meetings.
If you are a member and would like to join our Slack Workspace email firstname.lastname@example.org
From time to time we run Slack training sessions. If you are interested email email@example.com
Slack for Beginners
When you first join Slack you will see three channels in the list on the lefthand side #welcome, #random and #general. Click on the #welcome channel where you can watch an introductory video and read an explanation of how the channels and workgroups are organised. The screen shot opposite shows what the #welcome channel might look like.
To see a list of all the channels you can join click on “Channels” just above the list of channels.
The main channels used by Workgroups are:-
Orchard Group #food-pro-com-orchard
Land & Nature #Inat-1wg
Energy Group #zcarb-pro-energyco
Transport & Mobility #mob-pro-mobilityplan
Research & Engagement #cai-res-engage
You can go to any Workgroup meeting to see what happens. email the Workgroup Coordinator first and they will confirm the time and place. Go to the individual Workgroup pages to find the email addresses.