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Recreate the quick, informal discussions you’d have in the office right in Slack. You can start a huddle in any channel or direct message (DM), invite specific people to join, and share your screen to work side-by-side with your team.
What to expect
Slack Huddles can have up to 50 participants, and anyone in a conversation can join a huddle once it starts. When a huddle starts in a DM, all members will receive an invitation.
When you join a huddle from Slack on desktop, you can share your screen and turn on live captions. Captions in huddles are only available in English, but we plan to offer more languages in the future.
Note: Google Chrome is the only browser that supports Slack calls.
Start a huddle
Open a channel or DM.
Click the headphones toggle in the bottom left corner of your sidebar or press ⌘ShiftH (Mac) or CtrlShiftH (Windows/Linux).
Once the huddle has started, you can click the microphone icon to mute your microphone, the screen icon to share your screen, or the add peopleicon to invite specific people to the huddle.
To turn on live captioning, click the name of the person actively talking in the bottom left corner of your screen. Click the three dots icon, then select Turn on captions.
Open a channel or DM.
Tap the antenna icon in the top right corner of the screen.
Once the huddle has started, you can tap the microphone icon to mute your microphone or the add people icon to invite specific people to the huddle.
Tip: You can invite people to huddles in group DMs or channels they’re not a part of. They’ll be able to join your huddle, but will not be able to access the content in the conversation or see the name of a private channel.
Leave a huddle
Anyone can leave a huddle at any time, including the person who started it. A huddle will automatically end when the last person leaves.
To leave a huddle, click the headphones toggle at the bottom left corner of your sidebar or press ⌘ShiftH (Mac) or CtrlShiftH (Windows/Linux).
From the channel or DM where the huddle is taking place, tap the antenna icon in the top right corner of the screen.
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