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Whether you're kicking off a new project or your team needs a place for ongoing discussion on a topic, you can create channels to keep relevant conversations organized.
Create a channel
Add a channel prefix
Say you're launching a new project. Create a channel to keep related information in one place.Add a prefix to the channel name so the channel is easy to search for and its purpose is clear.
Try it: Use the prefix project- for a channel dedicated to a project.
Provide context for your team
Make it easy for everyone to get up to speed by adding key information to channels.
Pin a message
Set a channel topic
You can add details for a project launch and pin the message so anyone who joins the channel can easily reference it. Use the channel topic to inform teammates about the project status or an upcoming deadline.
Try it: Add or edit the topic in a channel. You can even include emoji. ✨
Bring your teammates together
Bringing the right people together in channels gives the team a shared view of the work being done. When you're ready to get to work with your teammates on a project, add them to the channel.