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

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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.

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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.

Tell us in comments how you like the new Slack updates. Be with us to know more about the latest tech aspects going on around.

Source: TidBITS

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