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In an Enterprise Grid organization, Org Owners can require all members who access Slack from unmanaged mobile devices to use a passcode, fingerprint, or facial scan after a set amount of time away from the Slack mobile app. With this setting enabled, Org Owners can further secure unmanaged mobile devices by limiting how much information displays in Slack mobile notifications.
What to expect
Once a passcode is required for your org, members will be prompted to set up a six-digit passcode (and a fingerprint or facial scan if they have a compatible device) the next time they open the Slack mobile app.
Members will not be able to take screenshots on their mobile devices while viewing any workspaces in your Enterprise Grid org
Org Owners can choose how mobile notifications will appear on members' unmanaged mobile devices:
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