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Butterfield has said that if he’d launched Slack three years earlier, it wouldn’t have been a success.
That’s partly because people who grew up fluent in memes are just mature enough to begin to exert cultural pressure in their offices.
First, they programmed Slack so that “anytime I said anything, it came out as a GIF,” Thomas says.
“Then they set up a bot to tell me I was fired every time I posted.” Slack’s sway over the dynamics of a workplace is so strong, it’s capable of overpowering the physical design of the actual office.
“Like, what are you all saying to each other all secret-like?
In ’s New York office, managers sit in offices around the perimeter while the rank and file linger in the middle; while bosses are free to convene closed-door meetings, it’s hard for underlings to have a private word unless they physically leave the premises.
Slack’s mission is to “make your working life simpler, more pleasant and more productive.” It seems best-suited for the second goal on that list. The chat system makes it easy for users to create their own inside jokes.
College Humor treasures an emoji of a gluten-free duck; Briganti says its meaning is unexplainable to outsiders.
When a new employee joins Slack for the first time, she’s greeted by Slack Bot, a chatterbot who will serve as her simplistic but well-mannered consort in her travels through the app.
Instead of asking employees to fill out a traditional profile form, Slack Bot engages the employee in repartee, asking for her name and title and thumbnail photo, all the while showing her how chat works before she tries it with actual humans.