Slack releases version 3.0 for Mac, uses less memory with improved user experience

Dec 9, 2017, 5:30 am

Aniruddha P.

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Today, Slack released its 3.0 update for Mac desktop and it is already termed as a ‘major new release’ for the message system service.

Slack, a worldwide popular collaboration tool using less memory for your multiple workspaces, has received quite a few chief improvements. Firstly, you can now access your workspaces more quickly, by simply flipping. Then, you are able to identify the workspaces you have signed out of with a lock badge icon.

Furthermore, the speed in reloading during drag and drop activities has been enhanced. Also, the sidebar does not get in the way anymore while watching videos in full-screen mode. The latest update of Slack has some crashes fixed for macOS 10.13 High Sierra. Additionally, scrolling through the messages have now become flicker-free.

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