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A Slack workspace is a single place for your team and your work. If you’ve recently joined one, this guide will help you get set up in Slack so you can get started. Before you dive in, make sure you’ve downloaded the desktop app and you’re able to sign in to your workspace.
1. Fill out your profile
Your profile will help the others you work with in Slack know who you are.
From your desktop, click the default profile picture in the top right.
Click Profile from the menu, then click Edit profile.
In Slack, you can send messages to other people you work with. If you need to communicate with a group of people, send a message in a channel. To have a one-to-one conversation with someone, send them a direct message.
To start a new message, click the compose button in the top left.