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Introduce people across the companies you work with
Slack Connect allows you to work with people outside your company in channels and direct messages (DMs). When you’d like to connect your coworker with a colleague at another company, or introduce your contacts from different organizations you work with in Slack, you can securely share certain contact information from their profile. Then they can easily get in touch and start working together — right in Slack.
What to expect
You can share someone’s contact info if you’re from the same company or if you work together in a Slack Connect channel or DM.
The shared contact information includes their full name, display name, profile picture, email address (depending on their workplace settings), and company name — some of the basic elements you can see in their Slack profile.
Your contacts will see that you've shared their info when the recipient sends them an invitation to connect.