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Every Slack workspace has a #general channel, which is the only channel that members (but not guests) are automatically added to and unable to leave. The #general channel works best when it’s used to share announcements with members of your workspace. Below are some tips to set up the #general channel for announcements.
Restrict who can post in the #general channel
By default, all members have permission to post messages in the #general channel. Owners and admins can restrict who can post in this channel, making it read-only for those who don't have posting permission. This helps large announcement channels stay on topic and free from distraction.
For urgent announcements, people with permission to post in the #general channel can include @everyone in their message. This will trigger a notification for all members of your workspace so that no one misses an important update.
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