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Remove your organization or other organizations from a channel
Slack Connect lets you work with people outside your company. When a project comes to an end, you may no longer need to work together in a specific channel. If another company owns the channel, you can remove your organization, but if your company owns the channel, you can remove other organizations.
What to expect
The company that owns the channel can continue using it. Organizations that are removed or remove themselves will keep an archived copy of the channel’s contents.
Files added to the channel by people from other companies will no longer be accessible.
As long as you remain connected in at least one other channel, people from your companies can continue to exchange direct messages (DMs). Otherwise, they can invite each other to communicate in DMs.