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Slack integration wherever makes sense ( chatter, Groups, communities)


Now that Slack is part of Salesforce would be great to complement the functionality of the platform to interact in a "slacker" way each other to improve the time and performance of our communication process. Tons of pros more including Slack into our discussions.

We can leverage of the power of Slack bots to have automated assistance.

And definitely the knowledge exchange could be improved and enriched, creating a healthier and diverse environment  for the community.

Would be easier to share a resources. If the communication is efficient also will be the achievements. 

Definitely this effort is right now in the roadmap, I hope this find the support of interested trailblazers.

Would be enough to start creating a Slack group for each community, wherever it worthwhile. Also in webinars would be awesome to have some interaction as the chat is unidirectional and You cannot really communicate with no one. 


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