Slack is Slack Technologies’ team communication and collaboration platform for the Web, Windows, Linux and Mac OS. With Slack, you can create chat rooms, private groups, direct messaging, voice and video calls, file sharing, and more. There are free plans and paid plans. Free services include 10,000 of your team’s latest messages, 10 integrations with other apps such as Google Drive and Office 365, and free one-on-one voice and video calls between your teammates.You can see the full pricing details Here..
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Install Slack on Ubuntu
Slack is available as a native .deb package file and snap package. This article describes how to install slack on Ubuntu using .deb and snap.
Install Slack via DEB.
Download Slack from the download link above and save it in your download folder. The name of the slack file downloaded here is “slack-desktop-4.12.2-amd64.deb”. Based on the downloaded file name, you can rename the file with the following command. Open the terminal (ctrl + alt + t) app and execute the following commands one by one.
sudo dpkg -i slack-desktop-4.12.2-amd64.deb
sudo apt install -f
next,[アプリケーションの表示]You can open Slack from the menu. It can also be installed via Ubuntu software. Simply double-click the downloaded file, open it in Ubuntu software and install it. However, the above method is recommended.
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Install Slack via Snap.
In the terminal app (ctrl + alt + t), run it under the slack install command. It installs the latest version of slack on your system.
sudo snap install slack --classic