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Slack 3.2.2 Mac


Slack for Mac 把你所有的溝通都集中在一個地方。這是實時消息傳遞,歸檔和搜索現代團隊。不僅僅是你的信息,而且你所有的文件,圖像,PDF,文檔和電子表格都可以直接放入 Slack 中,並與你想要的任何人共享。添加評論,明星供以後參考,並且它是完全可搜索的。如果您使用 Google 雲端硬盤,Dropbox 或 Box 等任何服務,只需粘貼該鏈接即可同步並蒐索該文檔.

將您使用的所有工具連接到 Slack,並避免所有應用程序之間的不斷切換。設置您的集成,以便您可以直接在 Slack 中獲取所有通知(從支持請求,代碼簽入和錯誤日誌到銷售線索),所有這些通知都可以在一個中央檔案庫中搜索.

Slack 中的所有內容,消息,通知,文件,所有— 會自動編入索引並存檔,以便隨時隨地獲得。 Slack for Mac 也索引每個文件的內容,所以你可以搜索 PDF 文件,Word 文檔,谷歌文檔,等等。通過一個搜索框和一組強大的搜索運算符,您可以在通信中切分和切換一條消息。haystack.

Channels
在公開頻道中組織您的團隊對話。為一個項目,一個主題,一個團隊或任何其他事物建立一個渠道 - 每個人都可以透明地了解所有正在進行的活動.

私人渠道
對於敏感信息,創建私人渠道並邀請一些團隊成員。沒有其他人可以看到或加入您的私人頻道.

直接信息
要直接與同事聯繫,請向他們發送直接信息。這是完全私人和安全.

注意:需要 Slack 帳戶和 64 位處理器.

也可用:下載 Slack for Windows

檔案版本 Slack 3.2.2
檔案名稱 Slack-3.2.2-macOS.zip
檔案大小 74.4 MB
系統 Mac OS X 10.9 or later
軟體類型 免費軟體
作者 Slack Technologies Inc
更新日期 https://slack.com/downloads
軟體類型 2018-09-12
更新日誌

What's new in this version:

Slack 3.2.2
What’s New
- If you're having graphical issues, you can now use the "Disable Hardware Acceleration” in preferences to make things better

Bug Fixes
- Overall, stability of the app has been improved, thanks to a bevy of bug fixes
- We appreciate it when you report issues — so we've improved the diagnostic reporting tools so that we can analyze them, and fix them, faster
- Having multiple windows open sometimes led to you getting duplicate notifications at once. Whatever the message, it should now just be one ping per tool for y'all, one click to find them
- Color profiles being slightly different in 3.2.0 may have caused a little flicker, which should now have been extinguished
- The spellcheck, having had its logic tweaked, to be better at spellchecking, is now a lot bitter at chicken for erroneous spilling ersatz. In Slack.
- When you download something, we're now better at telling you so
- In fact, notifications in general are noticeably more reliable now, too
- One particular bug causing the app to crash upon launch has been squished. There may be more. But when we find them, we'll fix those too
- We’ve tinkered with the internal workings and polished some rough edges. The app is now better than it was


Slack 3.2.0
New:
- Myriad improvements for the people of Enterprise Grid, including quicker Quick Switching, better proxy support, and direct message draft syncing across multiple workspaces (meaning that whichever workspace you started typing that message in, you can finish in another.)

Fixed:
- Unread badges were occasionally unreliable or inconsistent, so we tweaked a few doohickeys to improve them. It worked.
- Smoothed some wrinkles in the loading of Slack calls and boosted general under-the-hood call performance while we were in there.
- We tinkered with the workspace sign-in flow, updating how we handle errors and improving magic link support.
- Copying email links now does what you’d expect (as long as you were expecting it to copy the email link. If you were expecting it to do something like file your taxes for you, you are still out of luck).
- Slack will no longer interrupt macOS when restarting or shutting down.
- After changing displays, pinch-to-zoom gestures will no longer insist on continuing to zoom the app when you pinch.
- Twelve crashes have been fixed. Yes. 12. If you were unlucky enough to experience the full dozen, please accept a) this imaginary medal and b) our sincere apologies.

Slack 3.1.1
Fixed:
- We got so excited about your emoji we kept requesting them, particularly at the moment you switched channels. This caused all manner of slowness. We've since bottled our enthusiasm, and now request emoji exactly one (1) time.

Slack 3.1.0
New:
- We’re using a new font for Japanese. It’s clearer, more legible, and goes well with aubergine. (Which is the default color of your sidebar. As well as a vegetable.)
- Sometimes Slack takes too long to start up. If that happens, a) we’re sorry that it does, but b) you’ll now see a link with some helpful troubleshooting ideas.
- When a file’s done downloading, a new notification will dutifully let you know.

Slack 3.0.5
Bug Fixes:
- An important security update. Security updates are always important. This is one of those.

Slack 3.0.2
- We've tinkered with the internal workings and polished some rough edges. The app is now better than it was

Slack 3.0.0
New:
- When you’re in a lot of workspaces, the app now uses much less memory, and starting up is faster, to boot
- And flipping between those workspaces is now faster. Not super-sonic, but certainly somewhere between a jiffy and lickety-split
- We shunted the sign-in page out of the app — it's now rerouted to a new window, for reasons of reliability
- A new-fangled lock badge subtly lets you know which workspaces you're currently signed out of. Or of which you're currently signed out. Either way
- Our start up screen, spruced-up and slimmed-down, is worth a gander — as is the helpful way that dates now stick to the top of a channel while scrolling through messages. Though if you don't notice them, but quietly feel a little bit happier for reasons you can't put your finger on, that's cool too

Fixed
- It’s been a long time coming but brings us joy to say: 100% less reloading during drag and drop. How much? 100%. That's all the percents, people. Sorry about the previous frustration.
- For those encountering a screen claiming "Something’s not working", it turns out the main thing not working was this screen: it is no more.
- If you kept the app running for a long time, you might be on the receiving end of two consecutive updates. Now good things come to those who wait, one-at-a-time, as is proper.
- The sidebar now scoots considerately out of the way when viewing full-screen video.
- We fixed exiting full-screen video when pressing the aptly-named “Escape” key.
- The blackout caused by a window being closed while full-screen, with one request confoundingly eclipsing the other, has been sunsetted.
- Found: One missing Ctrl-1 / Cmd-1 hotkey. Please call 1-800-SLACKME to claim. Don't actually call that. It doesn't do anything. Unlike the hotkey (now).
- Should you forget what app you’re using, the About Slack window is all new and loads much faster than before.
- Scrolling through messages is flicker-free.
- There are now no more crashes in High Sierra when starting up the app.
- Composing text in an IME (for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean customers) no longer inserts zero-width spaces; in other words, it’s blank-box-free.
- The diacritics menu – the place where the alphabet goes to tries on different hats and accents – no longer adds a duplicate letter to your input once you've chosen the one you want. We've said it before, but this time we really mëean it.
- Pinch-to-zoom gestures could, sometimes, tragically, irreversibly zoom. You can now make things on your screen smaller again without resorting to moving your computer far away.
- The popup that appears when you look up the definition of a word has been realigned to make more sense.
- And finally, sometimes selecting text in the search box would move the window around. You could say… it was a bit of a drag.

Slack 2.9.0
- Slack now officially, and fully, supports Japanese. Along with the already available French, German, Spanish, and, of course, English (of the US variety). Find them under Languages & Region in your preferences menu.

Slack 2.8.2
- A small release containing nothing but another Electron update, this one better than the last

Slack 2.8.1
Fixed:
- Previously in Slack app releases: we fixed the Japanese input in 2.6.3. Then we re-broke it in 2.8.0. And now it’s fixed again. Stay tuned for the next thrilling installment.
- Added bonus: An Electron update improving security. A precautionary measure, but it’s always good to be up to date.

Slack 2.8.0
New:
- Slack is now fully available in French, Spanish and German, down to the very last emoji, you’ll find the options in Preferences > Language & Region
- Also, we added support for a brand new way of working with external companies from within Slack
- AND a whole new way of handling name tagging in order to handle the exciting world of challenges brought by the two things above
- All mentions of “team” have been changed to “workspace” when referring to the app, though not when referring to the people in it. You create a workspace. You invite people from your team. Simple!
- You can now configure the language used by the spellchecker in Preferences to be the language you wish to spell correctly

Fixed:
- Fixed: A few rare crashes when making a call and/or screen sharing on a call are now, we believe, on the brink of extinction - or possibly, we hope, gone forever
- Fixed: An issue where the app would hang if your OS reported that you were in certain timezones
- Fixed: You may have been running into a `Something's Not Working` screen when waking your computer from sleep. Turns out the thing not working was that. So we fixed it

Slack 2.7.1
What's new
- The app now stores some login information on the keychain. So if a passerby requests permission (a dialog, not a stranger), do try and approve it.
- File downloads are now pausable and – in perhaps a master stroke of matchmaking – resumable too.
- A bevy of changes to make the app more keyboard navigable.
- We’ve adjusted the app icon, but just a skosh. Putting our best foot forward.
- Should the worst happen and the app fail to load, you’ll see a less dreadful error page and perhaps even a code you can share.

Fixed
- Like an electrically-motivated vampire was Slack to your laptop’s battery. Put down the garlic; leave the stakes at home: we’ve done the slaying on our end.
- We spliced some wires we shouldn’t have, causing a loading screen to flash briefly after signing into a team. Now it’s as it should be.
- The team sidebar is no longer touch-challenged. Tap, flick, and drag teams to your heart’s content.
- Canceling a running download is 38% less crashy. For when you decide you didn’t need that third gif after all.
- If you’ve set the app to start hidden in your system login items, it will listen to you.
- In a similar vein, if you send a reply from an alert-style notification, your teammates will hear you.
- Entering characters from the accent menu no longer inserts an extra character. Voilà señorita: that souffleé is now an (edible) soufflé.

Slack 2.7.0
What's new:
- The app now stores some login information on the keychain. So if a passerby requests permission (a dialog, not a stranger), do try and approve it
- File downloads are now pausable and – in perhaps a master stroke of matchmaking – resumable too
- A bevy of changes to make the app more keyboard navigable
- We’ve adjusted the app icon, but just a skosh. Putting our best foot forward
- Should the worst happen and the app fail to load, you’ll see a less dreadful error page and perhaps even a code you can share

Fixed:
- Like an electrically-motivated vampire was Slack to your laptop’s battery. Put down the garlic; leave the stakes at home: we’ve done the slaying on our end
- We spliced some wires we shouldn’t have, causing a loading screen to flash briefly after signing into a team. Now it’s as it should be
- The team sidebar is no longer touch-challenged. Tap, flick, and drag teams to your heart’s content
- Canceling a running download is 38% less crashy. For when you decide you didn’t need that third gif after all
- If you’ve set the app to start hidden in your system login items, it will listen to you
- In a similar vein, if you send a reply from an alert-style notification, your teammates will hear you

Slack 2.5.2
Fixed
- We made the act of signing in more reliable for teams using SSO.
- For the times when Slack just... doesn't: try Help > Clear Cache and Restart. It has all the nougaty goodness of Reset App Data, without the stale aftertaste of losing your teams.

Slack 2.3.3
- Window zoom jumping back and forth? No longer–we locked it down and threw away the key

Slack 2.3.2
- Contractions aren't causing spellcheck errors any longer, unless tehy're misspelled
- We fixed a problem with idle timing that made you look inactive and unavailable when truth be told, you were quite busy and attentive. If you were receiving a few too many mobile notifications, this was the culprit.
- When typing in languages that require input composition, (Korean, for example!) switching between the input method editor and our app caused characters to go missing

Slack 2.3.1
- Oops, can you hear us now? Calls were momentarily broken, but we rerouted some cables, adjusted our frequencies, aaaand they're back.
- The lag when selecting misspelled words in the message input has been squashed

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